Francis Grady bombs babykilling abortion mill Planned Parenthood.GREEN BAY — A man accused of setting a fire
at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Grand Chute made an outspoken first appearance
Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Green Bay. At one point, Francis Grady
interrupted a federal court judge and said, "Do you even care at all about the
1,000 babies that died screaming?"
50, of Grand Chute, told U.S. Magistrate Judge James Sickel he planned to plead
guilty, but Sickel ignored the statement and scheduled Grady for an April 19
preliminary hearing.Grady told his lawyer, public defender Tom Phillip, he was fired
for interrupting Sickel, prompting a woman from the back of the courtroom to
call out, "Shut up, Frankie.""My sister told me to shut up," Grady said to
later explained Grady couldn't fire him, that he was appointed by the court and
therefore could only be removed from the case by court order.Wearing an orange Outagamie County Jail
jumpsuit and a neck brace, Grady asked Sickel to transfer him to the Brown
County Jail because he said Outagamie County doesn't have the medical staff to
deal with what he claimed was a broken neck.