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Monday, March 25, 2002 Volume 67, Issue 115


 
 









 

Knoller's murder conviction unfair

When Marjorie Knoller was convicted of murder for the mauling death of Diane Whipple, most Americans knew very little about the case. Since
the conviction, however, that has changed dramatically.
 

Jury reaches contradictory verdict

When all was said and done, nothing about Andrea Yates' crime or punishment made much sense, from the brutal, illogical murders of her five
children all the way to the final sentencing handed down by the jury.  
 

Innocent lives can't be rationalized

"If I don't know them, they don't exist." That is my friend's rationale for why he cannot be bothered with the unknown innocent casualties and
victims in foreign lands.  
 

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Staff Editorial
 

Editorial Cartoon

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