Federal investigators say Gregory Paul Freeman, 56, of Eugene also made anti-Semitic calls to the president of the University of Oregon and a Masonic lodge, The Oregonian newspaper in Portland, Ore., reported. He was charged Monday in a criminal information with the threat to Planned Parenthood.
The investigation began when David Frohnmayer, a former state legislator and attorney general who now heads the university, got an anti-Semitic message on his home phone in late 2008. That call and others to Frohnmayer and a Masonic lodge were traced to a local number, and when Eugene Police Officer Dallas Hall called the number she got a message back telling her not to call the number again.
"And in the meantime, you go down and blow up an abortion clinic," she was told
Planned Parenthood received a call on Dec. 30, 2008: "Uh, please go ahead and dial the, uh, United States of America, because I'm going to burn your abortion clinic down because you are a baby killer and you
Freeman has not been charged with the other calls.