William Brewster Randall
Grand Jury to decide on charge against husband ST. PAUL, Minn. (LTD — A grand jury meets Tuesday to consider consider whether to indict attorney T. Eugene Thompson on charges of masterminding the "murder for pay" slaying of his heavily- insured wife. Thompson, 35 was arrested on a first degree murder charge Friday Friday night and has been held in lieu of a $100,000 bond. His attorney, attorney, Hyam Segell, said bond mi^t be posted within a few days. Ramsey County Atty. William B. Randall was e-xpected to ask for a first-degree murder indictment indictment against the $40,000 a year lawyer. Randall indicated the charge will be dropped if the grand jury does not indict Thompson. Randall said he would decide today whether Dick (W. C.) Anderson Anderson would be asked to testify before the grand jury. Anderson is an e-x-roofmg salesman also charged with first-degree murder in the case. Anderson's confession late Thursday night led to the predawn predawn arrest of Thompson. A tlurd person with the same charge is Norman Mastrian, 39, who police police said was hired by Thompson to carry out the plan. Police said Mastrian, in turn got the services services of Anderson, 35. At the time of her death, Jfrs. —U MILLION-DOLLAR MURDER— T. Eugene Thompson, 35, St. Paul, Minn., attorney, has been arrested for questioning in connection connection with .March 6 slaying of his wife, Carol. 34-year-oId mother mother of four, who had been insured for over a miUion dollars. Today Today he is facing a grand jury indictment indictment on the murder. Thompson was insured for more than $1 million.