Self-proclaimed Planned Parenthood gunman Robert Dear recently said his mass shooting on Nov. 27, 2015, that killed three people and wounded nine others was a part of his "righteous crusade" (video below).
Dear, a self-identified Christian, told KRDO via phone: "I don't have any guilt. I am in a war."
When Dear was asked if he valued human life, he replied, "Of course. That's why I did it. I killed three and I saved 3,000."
None of Dear's victims in the mass shooting in Colorado Springs, Colorado, worked for Planned Parenthood or were getting abortions.
"Well, in a war, there's gonna be casualties," Dear added. "Are you gonna name the hundred million babies that were killed, that nobody talks about, nobody represents them, they have no voice, but yet our Constitution says we have the right to life, liberty and pursuit of happiness?"
Dear was asked repeatedly by a KRDO reporter what he would say to the children of his victims, but refused to answer.
Dear said innocent babies were being killed, and their body parts were being sold, which sounded like a reference to highly edited videos about Planned Parenthood that were released in 2015 by a pro-life group.
Dear, who is facing 179 charges, was supposed to have a mental competency hearing at the end of February, but the hearing was delayed until March. Dear wants to plead guilty, but his lawyer is insisting on the competency hearing.
Dear told KCNC in January: "They got 4,000 babies get aborted every day. I guarantee you they had a lot of cancelations and I might have saved a thousand."
Dear believes the FBI has been following him ever since he criticized the government's action against cult leader David Koresh's compound in Waco, Texas, in 1993.