A man, Ralph Lang, 63, who traveled about 100 miles from Marshfield, Wisconsin, to Madison, on May 25, with a plan to kill abortion doctors has been apprehended by the police. Ralph Lang, who will appear in United States District Court on Friday, was charged by federal prosecutors on Thursday.
Ralph Lang was arrested by the Madison police late on Wednesday night after he had accidentally discharged a handgun in his motel room hitting the door but not injuring anyone. The police later tracked him to a Motel close to a Planned Parenthood center. According to the Huffington Post, Lang told police officer Angie Dyer that he had a plan to "lay out abortionists because the are killing babies."
Ralph Lang who has a long history of targeting Planned Parenthood centers was also arrested sometime in 2007 in Madison outside a Planned Parenthood building. He told officers that everyone in the Planned Parenthood center should be executed and accused the Police of not performing their duties. When he was arrested on Wednesday night he told the police that he refrained from "laying out abortionists" in Madison the week before because of "spiritual struggles" and he was not "100 percent in sync with God."
Ralph Lang probably was already "100 percent in sync with God" when he was arrested on Wednesday night and might have "laid out" a few "abortionists" had the police not arrested him in time.