Press and Sun-Bulletin from Binghamton, New York on May 3, 1973 · 16
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Press and Sun-Bulletin from Binghamton, New York · 16

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Thursday, May 3, 1973
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1K-A PHKSS. Binghamton, N.Y. Thurs.. May 3. 1973 6 Charged in Fla. Torture Killing DAYTONA BKACH. Fla. (AP) A 17-year-old change boy in a pinball arcade was strapped to a table and tortured for a day before being jnurdered by a group of young Satan worshippers as a sacrifice, police say. Police charged six young people, two women and four men. who are allegedly mem- Man Sought After N.J. Shootout EAST BRUNSWICK. N.J. (AP) Police continued an intensive manhunt today for a man who fled from a shootout on the New Jersey Turnpike that left a trooper and a gunman dead, while a woman sought in the slaying of two New York City policemen was captured. The man .the driver of a car that police stopped on the turnpike shortly after mid-night Wednesday escaped on foot and eluded a police dragnet that was thrown around the area. The man described as black. 5-11. 180 pounds, aged 30-to-32 and wearing a white safari jacket disappeared into the woods. The captured woman, JoAnne Deborah Chemisard. 25. was in fair condition at Middlesex General Hospital under heavy guard. She had been sought in the slaying of New York Patrolmen Gregory Foster andlloc-co Laurie in January, 1972, and in the robbery of a Queens bank in August of that year. Also in fair condition at the hospital was Trooper James Harper, 29, of Freehold. ' Dead in the exchange of 30 shots were Trooper Werner Foerster, 35. of Old Bridge and James F. Costan Jk. 32, also known as Zayd Malik Sha-kur.' Authorities said Costan was a former deputy minister of information for the Black Panther Partv. bers of a devil's coven with first-degree murder Wednesday in the death of Ross Michael Cochran, of Fresno, Calif. The youth was a major state witness in a suit to close a nearby private school as a "place of lewdness." Police Chief Robert Palmer said Cochran had been flogged with chains and stabbed with broken glass while tied to a black wooden table in the basement "altar room" of a ramshackle brick rooming house. His mangled body, trussed with ropes, was found in a wooded area. Police did not know whether he was killed during the alleged sacrifice or died where his body was found. Cochran was among 78 students at the Green Valley School for troubled children in nearby Orange City who were made wards of the state when the institution was raided last February. Authroities said Cochran had given depositions in a Florida suit against the school., where students allegedly were subjected to cruel and unusual punishment and took part in open sexual conduct. Police said Francis was also a student at the school until he ' ran away last week. Cochran apparently was lured to the rooming house last Friday morning, overpowered, tied up in a second-floor room and beaten for nearly five hours. "They went to the altar room about 3 p.m. andput him on the table as a sacrifice," police said. "The tortured him some more.- He pleaded for his life." Police described the altar as an old work table painted black and lined with black-painted bottles and candles. Motocycle chains and symbols in red paint adorned the walls of the room, they said. Nicholas Frazee, 22. of Dayton. Ohio, told newsmen that initiates to the coven were asked "to denounce God and everything He stands for." EVERY BEER IN THE STORE ON SALE ... EVERY DAY CASE OF 24 LESS THAN BUDWEISER 12-oz. cans s3.90 I fAICKELOS 12-oi.CANSorN.R.BOTTlf S 5.40 BALLANTINE cans .... 3.60 STEGMAIER n'iorCANS....' 3.60 GENESEE ,2-c.cans 3.70 BABY BEAR YOUR PARTY & WEDDING HEADQUARTERS 49 SO. WASHINGTON ST. NEXT TO ROBBY'S FREE OFF STREET PARKING AT REAR OF STORE OPEN DAILY 'TIL 1 A.M. 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