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October 14, 1997 | J.R. MOEHRINGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After charging six teenage boys with conspiring to plan a recent shooting rampage at the high school in Pearl, Miss., police have quietly released two of them on bail, transferred two to a youth court and sent one home on his own recognizance, raising questions Monday about the future of the case. "From $2-million bond to free on his own recognizance," said one of the teens' lawyers, as he walked into the police station. "Quite a change."
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February 12, 2000 | From Times Wire Reports
The friend of a teenager who fatally stabbed his mother before killing two students at a Mississippi high school in 1997 was sentenced to five years in prison in Brandon, Miss., for his role in the case, but he could be released on probation in six months. Grant Boyette had been charged with accessory to murder in the Pearl High School killings but pleaded guilty earlier this week to a lesser charge. Luke Woodham, 16, was convicted of murder in 1998 and was sentenced to life in prison.
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February 12, 2000 | From Times Wire Reports
The friend of a teenager who fatally stabbed his mother before killing two students at a Mississippi high school in 1997 was sentenced to five years in prison in Brandon, Miss., for his role in the case, but he could be released on probation in six months. Grant Boyette had been charged with accessory to murder in the Pearl High School killings but pleaded guilty earlier this week to a lesser charge. Luke Woodham, 16, was convicted of murder in 1998 and was sentenced to life in prison.
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October 14, 1997 | J.R. MOEHRINGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After charging six teenage boys with conspiring to plan a recent shooting rampage at the high school in Pearl, Miss., police have quietly released two of them on bail, transferred two to a youth court and sent one home on his own recognizance, raising questions Monday about the future of the case. "From $2-million bond to free on his own recognizance," said one of the teens' lawyers, as he walked into the police station. "Quite a change."
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October 9, 1997 | J.R. MOEHRINGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a week when the flea market was supposed to be the headline event, fear and rumor captivated this small country town, as residents learned that six local sons were arrested and charged with conspiracy in last week's shooting spree at Pearl High School.
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June 15, 1998 | EARL OFARI HUTCHINSON, Earl Ofari Hutchinson is the author of "The Crisis in Black and Black," released in May by Middle Passage Press
The message that Hollywood's Moses gave in a speech to the ultraconservative Free Congress Foundation last December was not one of deliverance. Actor Charlton Heston, now chief political pitchman for the National Rifle Assn., didn't stop with his by now predictable defense of the 2nd Amendment right to bear arms and verbal assaults on President Clinton, the liberal media and Hollywood.
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October 9, 1997 | J.R. MOEHRINGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a week when the flea market was supposed to be the headline event, fear and rumor captivated this small country town, as residents learned that six local sons were arrested and charged with conspiracy in last week's shooting spree at Pearl High School.
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