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January 2, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
In Atlanta, center of an investigation of bombings that killed a judge and a lawyer last month, about 200 people attended an NAACP program commemorating the Emancipation Proclamation of 1863. Police stood guard outside the church and agents of the FBI, Georgia state and Atlanta police searched everyone at the door for weapons and explosives, but none was found and the gathering was peaceful.
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July 11, 1990 | LEE MAY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Federal officials Tuesday arrested the man identified as their prime suspect in last year's wave of Southern mail bombings on charges stemming from a 1972 case. Federal officials announced that Walter Leroy Moody of Rex, Ga., was indicted, along with his wife, Susan McBride Moody, on 13 counts, including obstruction of justice, bribery and tampering with witnesses in the 1972 case. That year, Moody was convicted for the unlawful possession of a pipe bomb.
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January 16, 1990 | LEE MAY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With fresh racial incidents as a backdrop, millions of people across the nation celebrated Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday on Monday with a mixture of joy over his legacy and anger that racism and poverty still weigh so heavily on American life.
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January 16, 1990 | LEE MAY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With fresh racial incidents as a backdrop, millions of people across the nation celebrated Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday on Monday with a mixture of joy over his legacy and anger that racism and poverty still weigh so heavily on American life.
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July 11, 1990 | LEE MAY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Federal officials Tuesday arrested the man identified as their prime suspect in last year's wave of Southern mail bombings on charges stemming from a 1972 case. Federal officials announced that Walter Leroy Moody of Rex, Ga., was indicted, along with his wife, Susan McBride Moody, on 13 counts, including obstruction of justice, bribery and tampering with witnesses in the 1972 case. That year, Moody was convicted for the unlawful possession of a pipe bomb.
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January 2, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
In Atlanta, center of an investigation of bombings that killed a judge and a lawyer last month, about 200 people attended an NAACP program commemorating the Emancipation Proclamation of 1863. Police stood guard outside the church and agents of the FBI, Georgia state and Atlanta police searched everyone at the door for weapons and explosives, but none was found and the gathering was peaceful.
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