Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on August 2, 1987 · Page 8
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 8

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8 -SUNDAY, AUGUST 2,1987 -THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL- Bush clashes with brother of man killed in Nicaragua SHELDON, Iowa (AP) — Vice President George Bush offered praise for LL Col. Oliver North and, confronted by ffie brother of an American killed by the Nicaraguan Contras, said the slain engineer had sided with Marxist-Leninists. Friday's emotional exchange with the brother of Benjamin Linder came on what had been intended as the first of two days of campaign appearances with fanners in South Dakota and Iowa. Bush is expected to seek the GOP presidential nomination but has not formally announced his candidacy. At an "Ask George Bush" meeting in Canton, S.D., John Linder of Portland, Ore., said the Contras had admitted killing his 27-year-old brother in Nicaragua last spring, and that the administration had not protested. "My brother was shot in the head at point-blank range as he lay wounded," Under said. While Bush said "I mourn the death of every American," he added that there were many questions about the circumstances of the killing. "I'm not sure about the facts. Some facts had it that your brother was carrying an AK-47, Soviet- made rifle," said Bush. Just after the attack, witnesses said Linder was unarmed. But Witness for Peace, an organization that monitors and reports on rebel attacks, said he carried an AK-47 for protection when he went into dangerous areas. John Linder compared reaction to the death of his brother, a volunteer who had worked on rural development projects in Nicaragua since 1984, to the harsh American response to the death of a soldier in a German nightclub. "This time, nobody from the administration you represent has said it was murder," he said. 25% to 40% o oco/ n ff tffi&awsasssr* £.\J /O \J\ I Diamond rings for men and women. Surprls someone special with one from our collection. 40% off 40% off Diamond rings. How about one |u*1 for your special someone! 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