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May 7, 1986 | WILLIAM OVEREND, Times Staff Writer
Accusing Svetlana Ogorodnikova of protecting Soviet KGB agents operating in the United States, a federal prosecutor suggested Tuesday that the convicted Soviet spy has tailored her testimony in the Richard W. Miller espionage retrial to qualify as part of a possible future spy swap with the Soviet Union. In a barrage of questions that largely went unanswered by Ogorodnikova, Assistant U.S. Atty.
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August 28, 2005 | Jonathan Kirsch, Jonathan Kirsch, a contributing writer to Book Review, is at work on a book about Revelation and its role in American culture and politics.
THE Wyoming rancher whose voice we hear in Percival Everett's latest novel, "Wounded," is one of those soft-spoken, self-contained, superbly competent men who seem to abound in books about the cowboy life. John Hunt knows how to repair a broken PVC line, flush late-season rattlesnakes from a stack of hay bales, dose a horse with de-worming paste, hammer together a shelf in the tack room and put a wounded moose out of its misery with a Weatherby rifle.
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August 28, 2005 | Jonathan Kirsch, Jonathan Kirsch, a contributing writer to Book Review, is at work on a book about Revelation and its role in American culture and politics.
THE Wyoming rancher whose voice we hear in Percival Everett's latest novel, "Wounded," is one of those soft-spoken, self-contained, superbly competent men who seem to abound in books about the cowboy life. John Hunt knows how to repair a broken PVC line, flush late-season rattlesnakes from a stack of hay bales, dose a horse with de-worming paste, hammer together a shelf in the tack room and put a wounded moose out of its misery with a Weatherby rifle.
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January 26, 1990 | HENRY WEINSTEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Attorneys for Richard W. Miller claimed in court documents Thursday that espionage charges pending against the former FBI agent should be dismissed because of prosecutorial misconduct. In a motion filed in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles, Miller's lawyers contended that his constitutional rights were violated because the government had systematically suppressed evidence that could have exonerated Miller. The defense also contended that FBI Director William S.
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November 30, 1988 | HOWARD BLUME, Times Staff Writer
John Hunt, say his supporters, is a man who gives the unhoused and unwanted a roof over their heads and a second chance. The 51-year-old businessman, once homeless himself, says he's prepared to take on the homeless problem single-handed. But many residents who live near Hunt's Board and Care in South-Central Los Angeles say he represents a growing blight in their neighborhood.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 26, 1990 | HENRY WEINSTEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Attorneys for Richard W. Miller claimed in court documents Thursday that espionage charges pending against the former FBI agent should be dismissed because of prosecutorial misconduct. In a motion filed in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles, Miller's lawyers contended that his constitutional rights were violated because the government had systematically suppressed evidence that could have exonerated Miller. The defense also contended that FBI Director William S.
NEWS
September 29, 1989
John E. Hunt, 79, a New Jersey Republican who lost his congressional seat to James Florio in 1974 in the wave of post-Watergate victories by Democrats. Hunt first was elected to Congress in 1967 from Camden and Gloucester counties in southern New Jersey. A strong supporter of President Richard M. Nixon, the former sheriff and state police lieutenantlost to Florio, who still holds the seat and is running for governor. Before being elected to Congress, Hunt served two terms in the state Senate.
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February 11, 1988
John P. Hunt, 72, former press secretary to Los Angeles Mayor Sam Yorty and Los Angeles County Dist. Atty. William McKesson. Hunt entered government work from the old Mirror newspaper. After leaving Yorty in 1964, he became community relations director of the Greater Los Angeles Zoo, and wrote a book, "A World Full of Animals." In Panorama City on Saturday of an apparent pulmonary embolism.
NATIONAL
March 20, 2007 | Carol J. Williams, Times Staff Writer
Howard St. John Hunt remembers the night of the Watergate break-in as a bonding experience with his father. A sweating and disheveled E. Howard Hunt roused his 19-year-old son from a dead sleep to help him wipe fingerprints from the burglars' radios and pack the surveillance equipment into a suitcase. Then, father and son raced to a remote Maryland bridge, where they heaved the evidence into the Potomac River just before dawn on June 17, 1972.
NEWS
April 25, 1985
The owner of a Russian restaurant in Hollywood and two Russian emigres were the opening prosecution witnesses in the Los Angeles federal court spy trial of Svetlana Ogorodnikova, 34, and her husband, Nikolai, 51, accused of conspiring with FBI agent Richard W. Miller to pass classified documents to the Soviet Union.
NEWS
September 29, 1989
John E. Hunt, 79, a New Jersey Republican who lost his congressional seat to James Florio in 1974 in the wave of post-Watergate victories by Democrats. Hunt first was elected to Congress in 1967 from Camden and Gloucester counties in southern New Jersey. A strong supporter of President Richard M. Nixon, the former sheriff and state police lieutenantlost to Florio, who still holds the seat and is running for governor. Before being elected to Congress, Hunt served two terms in the state Senate.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 30, 1988 | HOWARD BLUME, Times Staff Writer
John Hunt, say his supporters, is a man who gives the unhoused and unwanted a roof over their heads and a second chance. The 51-year-old businessman, once homeless himself, says he's prepared to take on the homeless problem single-handed. But many residents who live near Hunt's Board and Care in South-Central Los Angeles say he represents a growing blight in their neighborhood.
NEWS
February 11, 1988
John P. Hunt, 72, former press secretary to Los Angeles Mayor Sam Yorty and Los Angeles County Dist. Atty. William McKesson. Hunt entered government work from the old Mirror newspaper. After leaving Yorty in 1964, he became community relations director of the Greater Los Angeles Zoo, and wrote a book, "A World Full of Animals." In Panorama City on Saturday of an apparent pulmonary embolism.
NEWS
May 7, 1986 | WILLIAM OVEREND, Times Staff Writer
Accusing Svetlana Ogorodnikova of protecting Soviet KGB agents operating in the United States, a federal prosecutor suggested Tuesday that the convicted Soviet spy has tailored her testimony in the Richard W. Miller espionage retrial to qualify as part of a possible future spy swap with the Soviet Union. In a barrage of questions that largely went unanswered by Ogorodnikova, Assistant U.S. Atty.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 30, 1985
The jury in the Richard W. Miller spy case in Los Angeles federal court completed its eighth day of deliberations Tuesday without reaching a verdict. Jurors had asked last week for the testimony of three witnesses to be reread to them by a court stenographer, a process that took more than three days to complete. The testimony repeated for the jury was from Armand Mauss, a defense expert on the Mormon religion; Gary G.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 20, 1988
As a recent candidate for office, I would like to thank, on behalf of myself and all other candidates, all those people who worked in our behalf. It is heartening to know that there are so many people who are willing to give selflessly of their time and money to make our democratic system work. Whether we won or lost, we all had people who believed in each of us and what we stood for. They were willing to stand up and be counted and that makes them all winners. If we all continue to be active in the affairs of our communities we can do nothing but enhance the quality of life for all of us. JOHN HUNT School Board candidate Capistrano Unified School District
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