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Stories from Friday, September 20, 2002

Talent criticizes Sierra Club for hindering flood control (09/20/02)
U.S. Senate candidate Jim Talent blasted the Sierra Club on Thursday for opposing an $80 million flood control project that he said would stop flooding in the St. John's Bayou area in Scott, Mississippi and New Madrid counties. The project would close a 1,500-foot gap in the levee system at New Madrid, Mo., that allows the Mississippi River to flood thousands of acres of farmland...
Police - Drug arrests climb in Cape (09/20/02)
After the sun sets, police say a few Cape Girardeau streets become open-air drug markets, where pushers deal openly and where families are afraid to go outside. "I'm worried about the violence and the people who sell drugs here and what they're going to do," said Jessica Ruffin, who resides on Jefferson Avenue...
Wanna dance? Area youngsters invited to audition (09/20/02)
Many of Jackie Robertson's 230 students are starting to get excited about auditioning to perform with the Moscow Ballet in "The Great Russian Nutcracker" at the Show Me Center. But some already know they're too young, too old or too big. If you want to be one of the mice, angels, snow flakes, pages and party children in the Christmas classic this November, you must be 8 to 12 years old and no more than 5 feet 2 inches tall. ...
Pair of billboards get incorrect zoning approval from inspector (09/20/02)
A Florida-based billboard company has been ordered by the city of Cape Girardeau to remove a half-completed billboard that a former inspections department employee approved, the second of two erroneous billboard approvals within two months. Part of the pole that would have held the billboard still juts out from the edge of the parking lot of Dave's Bar-B-Que II at Broadway and Caruthers. Parts for another billboard appear to be stacked behind the business...
Death penalties sought for two in homicide (09/20/02)
The county prosecutor is seeking the death penalty for two suspects in the July killing of a rural Jackson man. Cape Girardeau County Prosecuting Attorney Morley Swingle notified the circuit court Thursday he is seeking the state's highest punishment for murder suspects Mark A. Gill, 31, and Justin M. Brown, 22...
Web site aids law enforcement (09/20/02)
Scott County Sheriff Bill Ferrell announced Thursday that his office has added a new link to their Web page. A crime tip link has been added to the page for citizens to leave information for investigators. Ferrell said the crime tip form has optional fields for persons wishing to identify themselves, but these fields can be left blank if the person wishes to remain anonymous...
Guilty verdict returned in Busch Stadium burglary (09/20/02)
ST. LOUIS -- From Fredbird to Jailbird. Donny Chilton, who worked in 2000 as a backup to the feathered St. Louis Cardinals' mascot, was found guilty Wednesday of first-degree burglary and misdemeanor stealing. Circuit Judge Robert Dierker Jr. revoked Chilton's bond and ordered him jailed pending sentencing Oct. 11...
Missouri mother, son accused in 'date rape' drug crackdown (09/20/02)
ST. LOUIS -- A St. Louis-area mother and son have been charged as part of a two-nation crackdown on suspected Internet peddlers of the potentially deadly "date-rape" drug GHB or its chemical relative, the U.S. government said Thursday. Federal grand jurors in St. ...
West Nile virus cases top 100 in Missouri (09/20/02)
ST. LOUIS -- Six more preliminary cases of the West Nile virus were reported in Missouri Thursday, bringing to more than 100 the total number of cases in the state. All told, 104 people have been preliminarily diagnosed with West Nile. Three Missourians have died, all of them St. Louisans...
U.S. Mint says Columbia artist not investigated (09/20/02)
JEFFERSON CITY, MO. -- Although his actions are suspect, a Columbia artist who has been placing stickers over quarters is not being investigated by the Secret Service, the U.S. Mint said Thursday. The Mint statement marks its the third different stance toward Paul Jackson, whose has been protesting the Mint since it revised his Lewis and Clark design for Missouri's commemorative quarter...
Former priest pleads innocent to porn charge (09/20/02)
ST. LOUIS -- James Beine, a former St. Louis-area priest and school counselor, has pleaded innocent to a federal charge that he possessed child pornography on computer disks. Beine, 61, entered the plea Wednesday. U.S. Magistrate Judge Mary Ann Medler scheduled a hearing for today on the prosecution's request that Beine, who changed his name to Mar James when he worked in the schools, be held without bail pending trial. ...
State health insurance rates continue double-digit increases (09/20/02)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Health insurance rates will be rising by an average of 19 percent next year for most state workers, marking the third year of double-digit rate increases for employees whose salaries have remained frozen the past two years. More than 100 state employees affiliated with unions protested Thursday at the headquarters of the Missouri Consolidated Health Care Plan, the quasi-governmental group that oversees health insurance for about 48,000 state employees...
Political party parity trend primed to continue in elections (09/20/02)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Twenty years ago, Democrats held approximately 65 percent of the seats in the nation's state legislatures. Today, the partisan split at the statehouse level is about even and the trend toward party parity looks to continue. Heading into the Nov. ...
Officials knew of bin Laden threats (09/20/02)
WASHINGTON -- Two Bush administration officials told lawmakers Thursday they knew before the Sept. 11 attacks that Osama bin Laden might attack Americans, but don't remember being warned that terrorists could fly passenger jets into buildings on U.S. soil...
United States vulnerable to terrorist attack on food supply (09/20/02)
WASHINGTON -- A year after the Sept. 11 attacks, the United States remains vulnerable to bioterrorism aimed at farms that produce the nation's food, a panel of scientists said in a report released Thursday. "It's not a matter of 'if.' It's a matter of 'when,"' said R. James Cook, a committee member from Washington State University. "While there may be a very low probability now, what about in 20 years?"...
Guard pilots involved in bombing will face hearing (09/20/02)
WASHINGTON -- A military court will hear involuntary manslaughter and aggravated assault charges against two Illinois Air National Guard fighter pilots involved in a mistaken bombing of Canadian soldiers in Afghanistan. The hearing could lead to court-martial proceedings against the pilots...
Senate vote sets up worker-rights showdown on Homeland Security (09/20/02)
WASHINGTON -- In a key test vote Thursday, the Senate set up a showdown between Republicans and Democrats over sweeping powers sought by President Bush to hire, fire and deploy workers in the proposed Homeland Security Department. After the vote, Bush endorsed an alternative offered by Sens. Phil Gramm, R-Texas, and Zell Miller, D-Ga., and urged the Senate to pass it before adjourning for the year...
Residents use arts, smarts to slow troublesome traffic (09/20/02)
HYATTSTOWN, Md. -- The sculpture is as close to an official traffic stopper as the law allows: A stick figure with an upraised, white-gloved hand, it is one of 19 artworks that Hyattstown citizens have placed along a road in hopes of slowing the cars speeding past their front doors...
West Nile screening necessary for blood, says FDA (09/20/02)
ATLANTA -- Government health officials Thursday said West Nile can apparently spread by transfusion, and they announced that all blood donations will probably be screened for the virus as soon as a test can be developed. "Since this transmission by transfusion appears likely, it is likely also that we will need to move toward testing of donor blood," said Dr. ...
Bush seeks authority to use force against Iraq (09/20/02)
and Diego Ibarguen ~ Knight Ridder Newspapers WASHINGTON -- President Bush and Saddam Hussein traded insults Thursday as Bush alerted the U.N. Security Council that the United States will act with its allies against Iraq if world leaders don't move to eliminate the Iraqi dictator's weapons of mass destruction...
People talk 9/20/02 (09/20/02)
Lenny Kravitz fans can buy his home items NEW ORLEANS -- Fans of Lenny Kravitz can buy some of his eclectic home furnishing items, including a full suit of armor, at an auction this weekend. The 38-year-old rock star is selling more than 1,700 pieces of antique furniture and bric-a-brac, nearly everything he had in his French Quarter home, said Michael DeGeorge, consignment agent for New Orleans Auction Galleries...
Government urges better acetaminophen warnings (09/20/02)
SILVER SPRING, Md. -- Federal scientists urged stronger warning labels Thursday on every bottle of acetaminophen, based on evidence that thousands of Americans may unwittingly take toxic doses that could harm their livers. "You cannot allow more innocent men, women and children to suffer," Kate Trunk, whose 23-year-old son Marcus was one of about 100 people thought to die every year from unintentional overdoses, told a panel of Food and Drug Administration advisers. ...
Nation briefs 9/20/02 (09/20/02)
Man indicted on charges of mailing anthrax letters PHILADELPHIA -- A man who once claimed to be on a mission from God to kill abortion providers was indicted Thursday on charges he mailed hundreds of anthrax hoax letters to women's clinics in 24 states last fall...
Groups demand changes in Florida voting procedures (09/20/02)
MIAMI -- Several South Florida community groups representing a cross-section of black, white and Hispanic voters demanded Thursday that Miami-Dade County improve voting procedures and pollworker training before the Nov. 5 general election, when even more people are expected at the polls than in last week's problematic primary...
Brazilian drug boss caught by police (09/20/02)
Knight Ridder Newspapers RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil -- Reversing a string of embarrassments at the hands of drug traffickers, Brazilian authorities on Thursday arrested Elias Pereira da Silva, a notorious drug lord allegedly responsible for the decapitation of one of Brazil's best-known television journalists...
Gandhi breaks India's public silence on Kashmir (09/20/02)
SRINAGAR, India -- Opposition leader Sonia Gandhi, who lost her husband to a suicide bomber, donned a bulletproof jacket and campaigned for her party in Kashmir on Thursday, making the first public speech by a senior Indian official in the insurgency-wracked province in 15 years...
U.N. inspectors looking ahead to against-all-odds mission (09/20/02)
VIENNA, Austria -- U.N. weapons inspectors gearing up for a return mission to Iraq will have to overcome daunting obstacles to shed light on Saddam Hussein's nuclear program, the chief nuclear-arms inspector said Thursday. Four years after they were pulled out of Baghdad, the International Atomic Energy Agency's core team of 18 nuclear inspectors will rely heavily on new sleuthing technology if they're deployed to uncover evidence Saddam may have concealed, head inspector Jacques Baute told reporters.. ...
Man with ties to Sept. 11 plotters pleads innocence (09/20/02)
RETHWISCH, Germany -- A Syrian-born German businessman questioned last week by federal police said Thursday that he and his family knew suspected members of the Sept. 11 terror cell in Hamburg, but knew nothing about any terror plots. In his first interview since the raid on his home and offices amid allegations he had helped bring terrorists into the country, Abdel-Mateen Tatari said that the 111 Arabs he helped with visas in 2000 and 2001 were business clients, or their relatives...
Kremlin opposes returning statue of secret police head (09/20/02)
MOSCOW -- The Kremlin opposes a plan to return a statue of Soviet secret police founder Felix Dzerzhinsky to the pedestal it was torn from during the collapse of the Soviet Union, an official said Thursday. Moscow's mayor proposed returning the towering statue to Lubyanka Square in front of the offices of Russia's Federal Security Service, the successor to the dreaded KGB, last week. He said the monument was an artistic treasure and suggested the good things Dzerzhinsky did outweighed the bad...
U.S. interests targeted in Singapore (09/20/02)
SINGAPORE -- A U.S. Navy ship and a bar frequented by American troops had been targeted for attack by 21 men arrested last month with alleged links to al-Qaida, government official said Thursday. The terror group also planned to hit the country's Defense Ministry and water pipelines, the officials said...
OPEC rejects West's call to boost oil output (09/20/02)
OSAKA, Japan -- OPEC ministers decided Thursday to keep oil production levels unchanged through year's end, despite calls from the West for more output and fears a U.S war on Iraq could disrupt supplies. Consuming nations had lobbied for an increase in output to cut rising fuel bills, but OPEC figured the market is adequately supplied and any increase in price has been based on a "war premium" whipped up by Washington's saber-rattling about toppling Iraqi President Saddam Hussein...
Coup put down in Ivory Coast as top cop killed (09/20/02)
ABIDJAN, Ivory Coast -- Loyalist forces put down an attempted coup Thursday in which the minister in charge of police was killed along with a former junta leader who the government said was involved in the revolt that was staged while the president was out of the country...
Suicide attack prompts Israel to occupy Arafat's compound (09/20/02)
TEL AVIV, Israel -- A Palestinian suicide bomber blew himself up on a crowded Tel Aviv bus killing five other people Thursday and Israeli tanks roared back into Yasser Arafat's West Bank compound. The violence snuffed out hopes that after a six-week lull the conflict was winding down...
Eight children drown after collapse (09/20/02)
TRELEW, Argentina -- A small wooden walkway collapsed Thursday, plunging a group of students and teachers into the frigid river below. Eight children and a teacher drowned, and one student was missing. The children -- ages 12 to 13 -- were taking a photo on the walkway when it collapsed into the swift-moving Chubut river, about 750 miles south of Buenos Aires in Patagonia. ...
Opening play puts Tigers on the fast track (09/20/02)
In a mere 18 seconds, the Central Tigers' offense accomplished something two Blytheville opponents hadn't done in 96 minutes. Over 48 minutes, the Tiger defense also accomplished a feat no Chick opponents had come close to. The Tigers, behind a 66-yard touchdown run by Monroe Hicks on their first play from scrimmage, ganged up on a previously high scoring and unbeaten Blytheville team for a 38-0 victory Thursday night at Houck Stadium...
Indians look to fifth-ranked Pattonville for first victory (09/20/02)
After a season to remember, the Jackson Indians have opened the 2002 season with two games they'd rather forget. Off to their first 0-2 start since 1998, the Indians face the imposing task of playing Pattonville, ranked No. 5 in Class 6, on the road tonight...
Today's prep football games (09/20/02)
Jackson (0-2) at Pattonville (1-1) Last week: Rockwood Summit 18, Jackson 0; Pattonville 42, Ritenour 13 Last year: Did not play. Notes: First meeting between the schools. Pattonville is ranked No. ...
Notre Dame rallies past Meadow Heights (09/20/02)
PATTON, Mo. -- Notre Dame bounced back after a tough first-game loss to defeat Meadow Heights 12-15, 15-4, 15-7 Thursday night. The Bulldogs are 15-2-1; the Panthers fell to 6-5-1. Amanda Dirnberger had 10 digs and 14 service points to lead Notre Dame. Laura Browne and Ali Tyson chipped in seven kills each. Tyson also had nine assists and 16 service points. Valaree Rutherford was solid with 10 service points...
Cardinals' sweep in Colorado trims the magic number to two (09/20/02)
DENVER -- The Cardinals couldn't have been much more efficient than this: They came to Coors Field with a magic number of seven to clinch the NL Central and left Thursday with the number at two. "We're closing in on the finish line," manager Tony La Russa said. "Our boys can smell it."...
Tedford gets credit for reviving woeful Cal football (09/20/02)
The strange scene that is Berkeley, as if Berkeley has ever been anything else. Cal's frisky football team and a 3-0 start that has seen the Bears average 50 points has excited Old Blues everywhere. And they are everywhere, if in hiding, buried under 50 years of bad football, changed by the uncanny transformation of a program by new football coach Jeff Tedford...
The biggest culprit in fish kills is the water itself (09/20/02)
Have you ever seen a multitude of dead fish in a pond or lake and wondered what caused it? Most pond owners blame it on turnover or the unruly neighbors poisoning the fish. However, in most cases, neither turnover nor the neighbors caused the fish kill. In fact, most fish kills are influenced by the carrying capacity of the pond or lake...
Area sports digest 9/20/02 (09/20/02)
Southeast soccer team upsets Kentucky 2-1 LEXINGTON, Ky. -- Southeast Missouri State University's women's soccer team picked up a big victory Thursday night as the Otahkians defeated Kentucky 2-1. The Otahkians improved to 5-2 while the Wildcats, ranked 19th nationally earlier this season, fell to 4-3...
FanFare 9/20/02 (09/20/02)
Baseball
  • The Cardinals and Blue Jays are swapping minor-league affiliates. The Blue Jays on Thursday signed a two-year player-development deal with the New Haven Ravens of the Eastern League. The Cardinals severed their relationship with the Double-A Ravens this year and announced Monday a deal with the Tennessee Smokies of the Southern League...
  • Praline quest is over (09/20/02)
    So many of you have been kind enough to stop me on the street, at stores and in restaurants to tell me that you read this column -- and enjoy it. Some of you send thoughtful, pretty cards expressing your appreciation. For a column writer, there is no higher praise...
    Everybody's a critic - 'The Importance of Being Earnest' (09/20/02)
    Two stars Forget all the Ernest movies you've seen. Set in England during the Victorian era, this movie is a charming, light, romantic comedy about two fellows, Jack and Algy, who use the same name, Ernest, to have an irresponsibly good time...
    Tragedy on the seedy side of town (09/20/02)
    Theater audiences are most accustomed to tragedies involving people of royal birth who utter exquisitely wrought Shakespearean phrases about life, death and betrayal. "Sainte-Carmen of the Main," the first production of the University Theatre's 2002-2003 season, is a contemporary tragedy set in Montreal's run-down entertainment district. ...
    Novelist reinvents mythical past for children (09/20/02)
    BERKELEY, Calif. At age 39, author Michael Chabon appears well placed in the great, grown-up world. He is married, has three children and lives on a leafy side street in a scenic, high-priced city. But once he steps inside the cottage behind his house, time rewinds. Old baseball photos and sketches of cartoon heroes cover the walls and a turntable sits near his computer. The cottage serves as his office, but it could be mistaken for a reconstructed clubhouse...
    Chicago jazz dance group to perform at SIU tonight (09/20/02)
    CARBONDALE, Ill. -- Gus Giordano Jazz Dance Chicago, a group that combines pretzel-like moves with the music of Count Basie and Thelonius Monk, will perform tonight at SIU's Shryock Auditorium. The Evanston, Ill., dance troupe formed in 1962. It has presented jazz dance throughout the U.S. and the world...
    Over my dead body 9/20 (09/20/02)
    These are the 10 songs Nikki Stallion of Cape Girardeau wouldn't want to live without: 1. "Closer to Fine" -- The Indigo Girls It reminds me of college and a more carefree lifestyle and time. 2. "To Sir with Love" -- Lulu...
    Connie Haws (09/20/02)
    OLIVE BRANCH, Ill. -- The funeral for Connie Haws of Olive Branch will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at Crain Funeral Home in Tamms, Ill. The Revs. Tom Bridges and Scott Kelly will officiate. Burial will be in Olive Branch Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home from 5 to 8 p.m. today, and Saturday until time of service...
    Maurice Rigsby (09/20/02)
    SIKESTON, MO. -- Maurice Laverne "Vern" Rigsby, 74, of Sikeston died Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2002, at Clearview Nursing Center. He was born Feb. 26, 1928, in Indiana, son of James and Gertrude Rigsby. He and Barbara Lee Tackitt were married Oct. 8, 1948. She died May 15, 2002...
    Mary E. Swick-Sykes (09/20/02)
    JACKSON, Mo. -- Mary E. Swick-Sykes, 87, passed away Thursday, Sept. 19, 2002, at her home. Friends may call between 4 to 7 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 21, at the McCombs Funeral Home in Jackson. Friends may call after noon, Sunday, Sept. 22, at Blaylock-Coleman-York Funeral Home in Murray, Ky. Funeral services will follow at 3 p.m. at the funeral home, followed by internment in Murray Memorial Garden Cemetery. Dr. Davis Roos will officiate...
    Ronald Jones (09/20/02)
    BERTRAND, Mo. -- The funeral for Ronald Lynn Jones of Mount Juliet, Tenn., will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at McMikle Funeral Home in Charleston, Mo. The Rev. Robert Herring will officiate. Burial will be in Dogwood Cemetery. Jones, 40, died Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2002, at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tenn...
    Bill Looney (09/20/02)
    SIKESTON, Mo. -- Bill D. Looney, 65, of Sikeston died Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2002, at his home. He was born Nov. 13, 1936, at Kennett, Mo., son of Howard and Bessie Gabriel Looney. He and Carolyn Barnes were married May 26, 1957, in Peoria, Ill. Looney formerly owned and operated B&C Enterprises and had worked at Noranda Aluminum before retiring...
    Lula Bess (09/20/02)
    BELL CITY, Mo. -- Lula Bell Bess, 65, of Bell City died Thursday, Sept. 19, 2002, at St. Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. She was born Dec. 21, 1936, in Advance, Mo., daughter of Rosewell and Mona Mae Bess. Bess worked 30 years in the fitting department at Inland Shoe Co. in Advance. She was a member of the General Baptist Church and had been a Sunday School teacher, and was a member of Bell City Ladies Aid...
    Jewel Blattel (09/20/02)
    Jewel J. Blattel, 90, of Jackson, Miss., died Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2002, at Manhattan Health Care Center in Jackson. She was born in Jonesboro, Ark. She married Wilmer Blattel of Scott City, Mo. He preceded her in death. Blattel was formerly of Cape Girardeau, and had lived in the Jackson, Miss., area since 1988. She was the oldest charter member of Parkway Hills United Methodist Church...
    Curtis Carbaugh Jr. (09/20/02)
    SCOTT CITY, Mo. -- Harry Curtis Carbaugh Jr., 58, of Scott City died Thursday, Sept. 19, 2002, at his home. Amick-Burnett Funeral Chapel in Scott City is in charge of arrangements.
    Births 9/20/02 (09/20/02)
    Brooks Daughter to Thomas Clarke and Kimberly Jo Brooks of Cape Girardeau, Southeast Missouri Hospital, 5:28 a.m. Friday, Sept. 13, 2002. Name, McKinsey Jo. Weight, 6 pounds 15 ounces. Second child, first daughter. Mrs. Brooks is the former Kimberly Nevrenchan, daughter of Milt and Jan Nevrenchan of Osage Beach, Mo. Brooks is the son of Tom and Judy Brooks of Midlothian, Va. He is a manager at Huttig Building Products...
    Cape police report 9/20/02 (09/20/02)
    Cape Girardeau Friday, Sept. 20 The following items were released by the Cape Girardeau Police Department. Arrests do not imply guilt. DWI Kathryn N. Hartzell of 401 S. West End Boulevard, was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of driving while intoxicated...
    Jackson fire report 9/20/02 (09/20/02)
    Jackson Friday, Sept. 20 Firefighters responded to the following calls Thursday: An emergency medical service on North Missouri. An emergency medical service on North Bast. A gas odor on South Farmington Road.
    Cape fire report 9/20/02 (09/20/02)
    Cape Girardeau Friday, Sept. 20 Firefighters responded to the following items Wednesday: At 7:51 p.m., alarm sounding at 601 Highland Drive. At 11:12 p.m., alarm sounding at 1050 Greek Housing. Firefighters responded to the following items Thursday: At 12:58 a.m., emergency medical service at 1260 Linden...
    Out of the past 9/20/02 (09/20/02)
    10 years ago: Sept. 20, 1992 Veteran firefighter and Assistant Fire Chief Max Jauch has been appointed interim fire chief of Cape Girardeau Fire Department; Jauch, 48, will service as fire chief until permanent chief is named, sometime after first of the year...
    In terrorism war, action better than caution (09/20/02)
    Suppose you're in a public place and overhear a conversation among three individuals -- let's not worry about their ethnic appearance -- that sounds like plotting to commit an act of terrorism. What would you do? Since last year's terrorist attacks on American civilians, there has been a natural tendency to be more alert. Federal and state authorities charged with homeland security have repeatedly urged every American to report anything suspicious...
    N. Korea, Japan edge toward diplomatic thaw (09/20/02)
    It was an extraordinary plot that might have come from spy novelist John le Carre -- and even he might not have dreamed up a climax so surprising as the admission this week by North Korean leader Kim Jong Il. Meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi, Kim admitted that Korean spies had kidnapped 11 Japanese in the late 1970s and early 1980s to train spies in the Japanese language and culture and to allow the spies to assume their identities. All but four of the 11 are dead...
    Old McKendree appreciates event publicity (09/20/02)
    To the editor: The board of trustees of Old McKendree Chapel would like to thank Laura Johnston and the Southeast Missourian for using the press release about Old McKendree Day, which is Sept. 22, and also for using the picture of the speaker, Bishop Rhymes H. Moncure Jr...
    Speak Out A 09/20/02 (09/20/02)
    They made us free I'VE JUST finished reading the letter from Adam Cox, a teacher at Notre Dame Regional High School, who said we shouldn't have responded to the terrorist attacks with violence. Then he goes on to say that the kids of today will be better than those who have come before. Apparently he doesn't teach history or he would know that the ones that came before fought and gave their lives so this country would be free and people like him could spout their beliefs...
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