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May 24, 1993 | WILLIAM BOOTH, THE WASHINGTON POST
The supermarket butcher who mistakenly shot a 16-year-old Japanese exchange student was found not guilty Sunday of manslaughter in a case that reinforced Japanese images of America as a savage and paranoid place. "I'm very sorry," said Rodney Peairs, 32, visibly shaken and crying in the courtroom moments after the 12-member jury announced its unanimous verdict.
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May 24, 1993 | WILLIAM BOOTH, THE WASHINGTON POST
The supermarket butcher who mistakenly shot a 16-year-old Japanese exchange student was found not guilty Sunday of manslaughter in a case that reinforced Japanese images of America as a savage and paranoid place. "I'm very sorry," said Rodney Peairs, 32, visibly shaken and crying in the courtroom moments after the 12-member jury announced its unanimous verdict.
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April 19, 1987 | GEORGE HARMON SCOTT and BILL SIDNAM
When planting carrots, remember that it's a difficult task for roots to try to corkscrew through a hard, clay soil; in the process they become tough, woody and misshapen. A loose well-drained loam is best. Spade the soil to a depth of at least one foot, and work in generous amounts of organic materials, such as compost and peat moss. Or plant carrots in a container filled with a commercial potting soil.
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