Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on August 15, 1970 · Page 57
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 57

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Saturday, August 15, 1970
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Ktl'JbUU MAIL 30 The Arizona Republic S Phoenix, Sat., Aug. 15,1970 about Ex-Marine testifies Continued from Page 27 killing. He said Duran was agreeable to that plan also. About two or three days after the shooting, Padersen said, he ran into Duran in the base post office. "He asked for his money back," Padersen said. "I said I didn't have it. He said he didn't believe I was the one who killed Staff Sgt. Tindle." Michael A. Rubinsky, who said he was Padersen's roornmate at the air station during the summer of 1968, told of coming into the room and overhearing a conversation between Duran and Padersen in which Duran asked for his money back. Rubinsky also said he met Duran 10 days after the shooting of Tindle. He said Duran told him he was glad Tindle was dead and then Duran held up both hands as if holding a gun and said, "Pow." 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