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October 7, 1989 | RICHARD A. SERRANO and ALAN ABRAHAMSON, Times Staff Writers
The unfolding saga surrounding the San Diego bombing earlier this year of Sharon Rogers' van took a bizarre twist Friday with published allegations by a Georgia pilot that Navy Capt. Will Rogers III was involved in an extramarital affair that may have furnished a motive for him to try to kill his wife. However, the allegations, published in a San Diego newspaper, were quickly attacked by the estranged wife of the pilot, H. George Marxmiller.
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March 7, 1991 | ALAN ABRAHAMSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Authorities have shelved an investigation into the bombing of a van belonging to Navy Capt. Will Rogers III, former skipper of the guided missile cruiser Vincennes, and have all but ruled out the possibility that terrorists planted the bomb two years ago, sources have told The Times. Sources in Washington and California said investigators remain unable to develop a lead solid enough to support charges in the bombing.
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October 4, 1989 | ALAN ABRAHAMSON and RICHARD A. SERRANO, Times Staff Writers
The U.S. citizen who has emerged as a suspect in the bombing of a van belonging to Navy Capt. Will Rogers III has told The Times that although he is being closely interrogated by federal law enforcement officials, he is not responsible for the March 10 bombing that nearly killed Rogers' wife. "I didn't do it and I don't know who did it," said H. George Marxmiller, a former Navy flier and commercial pilot for Eastern Airlines who now lives in Lake Oconee, Ga. "But they suspect I know who did it.
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October 7, 1989 | RICHARD A. SERRANO and ALAN ABRAHAMSON, Times Staff Writers
The unfolding saga surrounding the San Diego bombing earlier this year of Sharon Rogers' van took a bizarre twist Friday with published allegations by a Georgia pilot that Navy Capt. Will Rogers III was involved in an extramarital affair that may have furnished a motive for him to try to kill his wife. However, the allegations, published in a San Diego newspaper, were quickly attacked by the estranged wife of the pilot, H. George Marxmiller.
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March 7, 1991 | ALAN ABRAHAMSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Authorities have shelved an investigation into the bombing of a van belonging to Navy Capt. Will Rogers III, former skipper of the guided missile cruiser Vincennes, and have all but ruled out the possibility that terrorists planted the bomb two years ago, sources have told The Times. Sources in Washington and California said investigators remain unable to develop a lead solid enough to support charges in the bombing.
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October 7, 1989 | RICHARD A. SERRANO and ALAN ABRAHAMSON, Times Staff Writers
The unfolding saga surrounding the San Diego bombing earlier this year of Sharon Rogers' van took a bizarre twist Friday with published allegations by a Georgia pilot that Navy Capt. Will Rogers III was involved in an extramarital affair that may have furnished a motive for him to try to kill his wife. However, the allegations, published in a San Diego newspaper, were quickly attacked by the estranged wife of the pilot, H. George Marxmiller.
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October 4, 1989 | ALAN ABRAHAMSON and RICHARD A. SERRANO, Times Staff Writers
The U.S. citizen who has emerged as a suspect in the bombing of a van belonging to Navy Capt. Will Rogers III has told The Times that, although he is being closely interrogated by federal law enforcement officials, he is not responsible for the March 10 bombing that nearly killed Rogers' wife. "I didn't do it, and I don't know who did it," said H. George Marxmiller, a former Navy flier and a commercial pilot for Eastern Airlines who now lives in Lake Oconee, Ga.
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March 3, 1991 | ALAN ABRAHAMSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Authorities have shelved an investigation into the bombing of a van belonging to Navy Capt. Will Rogers III and have all but ruled out the possibility that terrorists planted the bomb two years ago this month, sources told The Times last week. Officials in Washington and in California said investigators remain unable to develop a lead solid enough to support charges in the bombing.
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March 4, 1990 | RICHARD A. SERRANO and ALAN ABRAHAMSON, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
A year ago, on even the simplest of trips, such as to the local pharmacy in La Jolla, Sharon Rogers was surrounded by Navy and federal bodyguards, men with guns and walkie-talkies sitting in her car, walking through the store and prowling the sidewalk outside.
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October 4, 1989 | ALAN ABRAHAMSON and RICHARD A. SERRANO, Times Staff Writers
The U.S. citizen who has emerged as a suspect in the bombing of a van belonging to Navy Capt. Will Rogers III has told The Times that although he is being closely interrogated by federal law enforcement officials, he is not responsible for the March 10 bombing that nearly killed Rogers' wife. "I didn't do it and I don't know who did it," said H. George Marxmiller, a former Navy flier and commercial pilot for Eastern Airlines who now lives in Lake Oconee, Ga. "But they suspect I know who did it.
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