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March 1, 1991 | From Associated Press
Four nurse's aides accused of killing at least 42 elderly patients with overdoses of medicine or water torture went on trial Thursday in Austria's largest murder case since World War II. Chief defendant Waltraud Wagner, who is charged with 32 murders and two more attempted killings, stared at the floor as state prosecutor Ernst Kloyber read an 88-page indictment to a packed courtroom.
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March 1, 1991 | From Associated Press
Four nurse's aides accused of killing at least 42 elderly patients with overdoses of medicine or water torture went on trial Thursday in Austria's largest murder case since World War II. Chief defendant Waltraud Wagner, who is charged with 32 murders and two more attempted killings, stared at the floor as state prosecutor Ernst Kloyber read an 88-page indictment to a packed courtroom.
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July 20, 1997 | TINA NGUYEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In Germany, Mormons donated handmade quilts to orphanages and children's hospitals. In Austria, they cleaned and renovated Jewish cemeteries. In Japan, they refurbished and painted nursing homes. And in Brazil, they made pizzas to raise funds for a local cancer clinic. In Santa Ana on Saturday, Tom Thorkelson chose to spend his day with about 50 other Mormons and some Indian friends to turn a junkyard at the Sikh Temple into a lush picnic lawn.
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