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GRAND CHUTE -- Francis Grady, the man accused of starting a fire at a Grand Chute Planned Parenthood clinic had a special message for President Barack Obama on his way to court Tuesday, April 17th.

Grady yelled about President Obama caring more about the death of unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin than the issue of abortion.

Police say Grady broke into the clinic, poured gasoline and sparked a destructive fire.

Earlier, Grady admitted to the crime, but then pleaded not guilty in court Tuesday.

If convicted, Grady faces up to 20 years in prison.

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