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James Charles KOPP

 
 

 

 

James Kopp 1997.

 

 

 

 

 

 

This photo shows James Kopp, one of the FBI's ten most wanted criminals, at the Justice Department March 29, 2001 in Washington DC. FBI Director Louis Freeh and US Attorney General John Ashcroft announced March 29 that French authorities have captured Kopp, who is wanted in the 1998 slaying of Buffalo, NY abortion doctor Barnett Slepian.
(Photo courtesy of FBI)

 

 

FBI Director Louis Freeh, right, and US Attorney General John Ashcroft announce the capture of one of the FBI's ten most wanted criminals at the Justice Department,
March 29, 2001, in Washington DC. French authorities arrested James Kopp, who
is wanted in the 1998 slaying of Buffalo, NY abortion doctor Barnett Slepian.
(Photo by Mark Wilson/Newsmakers)

 

 

James Kopp (C) is led by two Erie County Sheriff's officers into court August 19, 2002 in Buffalo, New York. Kopp is charged in the October 23, 1998 fatal shooting of Dr. Barnett Slepian , an obstetrician who provided abortions, at his home in the Buffalo suburb of Amherst. (Photo by Getty Images)

 

 

James Kopp (C) is led by two Erie County Sheriff's officers into court August 19, 2002 in Buffalo, New York. Kopp is charged in the October 23, 1998 fatal shooting of Dr. Barnett Slepian , an obstetrician who provided abortions, at his home in the Buffalo suburb of Amherst. (Photo by Getty Images)

 

 

 

James Kopp (C) is led by two Erie County Sheriff's officers into court August 19, 2002 in Buffalo, New York. Kopp is charged in the October 23, 1998 fatal shooting of Dr. Barnett Slepian , an obstetrician who provided abortions, at his home in the Buffalo suburb of Amherst. (Photo by Getty Images)

 

 

James Kopp is escorted to the courtroom in Buffalo, N.Y., for his non-jury trial, in this March, 17, 2003, file photo. Kopp was convicted on federal murder charges Jan. 25, 2007. (AP).

 

 

James C. Kopp, right, with his lawyer in New York in 2003. The state convicted Mr. Kopp of murder in an abortion providerís death

 

 

James Kopp, right, and his attorney Bruce A. Barket, listen during Kopp's murder trial for the 1998 sniper slaying of Dr. Barnett Slepian. (AP)

 

 

 

 

James Kopp is escorted into Erie County Court March 17, 2003 in Buffalo, New York. Kopp has admitted to shooting abortion provider Dr. Barnett Slepian in his home in November, however Kopp claims he only meant to injure the doctor.
(Photo by John Normile/Getty Images)

 

 

Anti-abortionist James Kopp is escorted into Erie County Court March 17, 2003 in Buffalo, New York. Kopp has admitted shooting Dr. Barnett Slepian in his home in 1998, but says he only meant to injure him. (Photo by John Normile/Getty Images)

 

 

Portrait of Doctor Barnett Slepian, his wife Lynne, and his four sons, Andrew, Michael, Philip, and Brian posing in their backyard at their home in Amhearst, NY in the year 1997. James Kopp, one of the FBI''s 10 most wanted fugitives who allegedly killed Slepian, a doctor who performed abortions in upstate New York October 23, 1998, has been taken into custody in France, the FBI said March 29, 2001.
(Photo by Liaison)

 

 

Local police and the FBI investigate at the house where Slepian was shot to death.

 

 

Dr. Barnett Slepian, 52, was fatally shot in his home in 1998.

 

 

Slepian practiced at a women's clinic in Buffalo.

 

 

Slepian had been the target of anti-abortion protesters since the 1980s.

 

 

Supporters of James Kopp picket for his release.
(AP Wide World Photos)
 

 

 

 
 
 
 
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