Robert Lewis Dear talks to Judge Gilbert Martinez during a court appearance on Wednesday, Dec. 9, 2015, in Colorado Springs, Colo. Dear, accused of killing three people and wounding nine others at a Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood clinic on Nov. 27, was charged with first-degree murder.
4th Judicial District Attorney Dan May speaks during the advisement for Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood shooting suspect Robert Dear (on video monitor) before Judge Gilbert Martinez at the El Paso County Criminal Justice Center November 30, 2015 in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Dear is accused of attacking a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs on November 27 and killing three people, including a police officer. Nine others were injured.
Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood shooting suspect Robert Dear, right, appears via video hearing during his first court appearance, where he was told he faces first degree murder charges, Monday, Nov. 30, 2015, in Colorado Springs, Colo. At left is public defender Dan King.
People attend a vigil held on University of Colorado-Colorado Springs' campus for those killed in Friday's deadly shooting at a Planned Parenthood clinic Saturday, Nov. 28, 2015, in Colorado Springs, Colo. University of Colorado-Colorado Springs officer Garrett Swasey was among those killed in the rampage, police said.
The handcuffed suspected gunman at the Planned Parenthood clinic is moved to a police vehicle in Colorado Springs, Colorado November 27, 2015. Police arrested a gunman who stormed the Planned Parenthood abortion clinic in Colorado Springs on Friday and opened fire with a rifle in a burst of violence that left at least 11 people injured, including five officers, authorities said.
A North Carolina man opened fire with rifle inside a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Friday, killing three people and raising new concerns that agitation against abortion could, as it has before in the US, escalate violence against providers.