The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on December 3, 1997 · Page 13
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 13

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Wednesday, December 3, 1997
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1997 13A THE PALM BEACH POST Defense to distance Nichols from McVeigh Now you can participate in a special Energy Conservation Study. And get a new ' Terry Nichols' lawyers called witnesses who didn't recall seeing him before the bombing. nign emciency central air conuiumiiny system msiaueu yum nunn, ai aiy generous terms. You Bo The Judge 1 Prove to yourself that you can cool your home ai up to 47 LESS than you're now spending. Here s what you get rr you participate in mis test. 1. FREE engineering analysis of your home (a $130 value). Los Angeles Times DENVER Lawyers for ac- 2. FPL REBATES (up to $859.0U) 3. ZERO cash down. 4. GUARANTEED cooling and heating savings. 5. SPECIAL financing 9.9 with approved credit. There are only two qualifications, Icused Oklahoma Citv bomber to raise new doubts about whether others were involved in helping mix, pack and deliver an ammonium nitrate and fuel oil bomb to the front of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in downtown Oklahoma City. The defense's initial witnesses included several people who remembered seeing a Ryder truck at the Dreamland Motel in Junction City, Kan., a day before one was rented by McVeigh an implication that more than one such truck was used in the April 19, 1995, blast and that the motel was a meeting place for McVeigh and other conspirators. The motel owner, Lea McGown, testified that while McVeigh was a guest there, he often was darting in and out of her establishment in the days before the bombing. But she said she never saw Nichols in his company. Rather, she said, she once overheard a group of men talking in McVeigh's room, and none of them was Nichols. Another defense witness was David Ferris, a taxi driver in Junction City who recalled driving McVeigh alone to a McDonalds restaurant, from where McVeigh then walked to the Ryder rental agency. Ferris testified that he did not see anyone meet McVeigh at the restaurant Defense lawyers next showed the jury photos from a surveillance camera at the McDonalds, again with McVeigh alone at the restaurant McVeigh was found guilty earlier this year and sentenced to death in the bombing that killed 168 people and injured more than 500. The defense strategy appears clear Convince the jury of seven men and five women that at best Nichols was unknowingly used by McVeigh to further his bomb plans. Better yet the defense lawyers hope to show that someone other than their client was the key co-conspirator. When the government rested its case, defense lawyers asked Judge Richard P. Matsch to grant an acquittal. Matsch denied their request. Perry Lynn Nichols on Tuesday Ibegan laying the foundation of jtheir defense that their client tSas not the right-hand man for imothy McVeigh in carrying out America's worst terrorist attack. ana trtey are quite tair. ; First, you must agree to let FPL Participating Contractors use your results in i , future advertising. Second, you must own the home participating in the test. L , CALL NOW and get your FREE engineering analysis (a $1 30 value) with absolutely NO obligation to purchase. And find out if you might get a positive cash, flow the very first month! . '. ' Nichols' defense, which be an shortly after prosecutors Service Experts 881-5341 or 744-2700 WrannpH lin thpir raco earlier in 1 ;) I the day, sought not only to dis-tance him from McVeigh, but also As soon as the limited number of test homes are selected, this offer may be withdrawn without notice. Certain restrictions apply. FPL Participating Contractor CACO10370 Copyright CSG 1997 Court to hear appeal of au pair sentence court send it before the full Judicial Court; or stay the trial judge's order, which would return Woodward to prison, as the prosecution has requested. No decision is expected immediately. A jury convicted the 19-year-old on Oct. 30 of second-degree murder in the shaking death of Matthew Eappen, her host family's 8-month-old son. Two weeks later, Superior Court Judge Hiller Zobel reduced the verdict to manslaughter and Woodward was freed after 279 days in prison. Prosecutors claim Zobel ex- ' the Associated Press ' ij BOSTON Prosecutors face an uphill battle in their attempt to have a justice of Massachusetts' ,highest court hear an emergency appeal of the sentence given to British au pair Louise Woodward. 1 1 The appeal, to be considered today, was filed under a state law that allows the prosecution to skip the appeals court step. But the state's Supreme Judicial Court often rejects the shortcut. I Justice Ruth Abrams could refuse to hear the case, sending prosecutors back to appeals ceeded his authority by composing his own theory to explain the baby's death. They say he also failed to follow state guidelines that recommend a three- to five-year prison term for involuntary manslaughter. But the main issue today will be whether this qualifies for an emergency appeal. "You have to get over the hurdle of showing there is no other remedy available in the law," said R Michael Cassidy, associate dean of Boston College Law School. "That's a very high hurdle to meet." 1 1 Look no further than these new-home communities in this Fridays Real Estate Weekend section. Toscana River Bridge RiverWalk JeftlmBeachibst THAT'S MY POST fa brief Mandela's ex-wife accused of key role In murder of doctor i walm Beach Post Wire Reports 4. JOHANNESBURG, South Af- E ca r or the second time in two "Ul1 'I 'II".1!. .l.!ll!'ILI"'."l'l!nl ays, a convicted murderer ac-used Winnie Madikizela- andela of masterminding the i lling of a Soweto doctor. In a written statement to a anel investigating apartheid-era buses, Thulani Dlamini admit- ed Tuesdav that he and Cvril Pbatha shot to death Dr. Abu-iker Asvat in January 1989. i : i; The two were arrested before adikizela-Mandela then the :e of imprisoned black leader elson Mandela could make ood on her offer to pay $8,000 for he killing, he said. Mbatha gave similar testimo- y Monday to the truth ana cine went to trial. The woman, who was allowed to sue under a pseudonym, claims it was the school's fault she contracted the virus, saying she was not trained or supervised properly on how to insert an arterial line. Now 35, the woman continued her studies at Yale and is now a specialist in internal medicine at an undisclosed university. Woman meets Gadhafi TRIPOLI, Libya An American woman thanked Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi on Tuesday for letting her enter Libya for a reunion with teenage daughters she hadn't seen in nine years. Gadhafi greeted Linda Mc-Cathern in front of the ruins of his home where his daughter was killed during bombings by U.S. warplanes in 1986, but insisted his motives were pure. McCathern's daughters 14-year-old twins Sarrah and Jamelah were taken to Libya by her ex-husband. Fires hit Australia SYDNEY, Australia As firefighters beat back walls of flame threatening Sydney's southern suburbs, other crews today fought some 200 brush and forest blazes wreaking destruction on southeastern Australia. The toll two firefighters dead, 38 homes destroyed or heavily damaged and a half-million acres scorched raised fears that the blazes could be even more destructive than those that killed four people and destroyed more than 200 homes around Sydney in January 1994. Reconciliation Commission, although he said Madikizela-Mandela provided the murder weapon. Ex-student sues Yale NEW HAVEN, Conn. - resh out of medical school and nly seven weeks into her in- ernship, Jane Doe was asked to nser t a line into an AIDS patient's tery at Yale-New Haven Hospi- al more than nine years ago. The 25-year-old intern punc- red her glove and thumb with L -,4' 1$ o o A' Erapb'-"iw.P--. . uiw.uMuu.Ljiiimiiiwmwiiiiiiitmuuii u n ii in' mil n m wm-hiii imipb irmiT' n- - -'- ..,,-- w rm iui. U illT.1 ILJI..11- nunir. naiimriinntirrrr . a J k f , , he needle. Terrified, she finished the procedure and fled the patient's ' ' I il II ! ,! -11 , ii .bedside, scrubbed her hands and tried to bleed out the wound. i It didn't work. Six weeks later, phe tested positive for the AIDS rrus. 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