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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 25, 1997
A former gang member, appearing in a Los Angeles courtroom amid especially tight security, testified Thursday against four former associates accused in the 1995 "wrong way" slaying of 3-year-old Stephanie Kuhen. Granted immunity from prosecution in exchange for his testimony, Marvin Pech, 20, told a jury he saw gang members shoot at a car traveling down a dead-end street in Cypress Park about 1:30 a.m. on Sept. 17, 1995.
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WORLD
April 22, 2009 | Associated Press
A Peruvian lawyer says Venezuelan opposition leader Manuel Rosales has requested political asylum in Peru. Rosales is a leading opponent of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez and has been charged with corruption in Venezuela. Rosales says his trial there would not be fair. Lawyer Javier Valle-Riestra said the asylum request for Rosales was made Tuesday. He said a group of Rosales' allies contacted him 10 days ago about the case.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 5, 2004 | Chris Pasles, Times Staff Writer
The inauguration of the 6,134-pipe organ at Walt Disney Concert Hall and a semi-staged production of Wagner's "Tristan and Isolde," directed by Peter Sellars, will be among the highlights of the Los Angeles Philharmonic's 2004-05 season, announced Thursday. Frederick Swann, a former organist for the First Congregational Church in Los Angeles, the Crystal Cathedral in Garden Grove and the Riverside Church in New York, will inaugurate the organ, designed by Frank Gehry and Manuel Rosales, on Sept.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 2, 1997 | GREG KRIKORIAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The tragic saga of 3-year-old Stephanie Kuhen's slaying two years ago came to a wrenching conclusion Friday as three Cypress Park gang members were sentenced to what could amount to life in prison for killing the toddler and attempting to gun down five others including her mother and two young brothers.
WORLD
November 24, 2008 | Mery Mogollon and Chris Kraul, Mogollon is a special correspondent; Kraul is a Times staff writer.
Turnout was heavy Sunday in Venezuelan state and local elections, which were seen as a referendum on President Hugo Chavez's decade in office and could be a decisive factor in whether he attempts to abolish term limits and extend his powers. Late Sunday, the National Electoral Council reported that Chavez's gubernatorial candidates were leading in 17 of 22 states, two of which, Tachira and Carabobo, were too close to call. Chavez's party appeared set to lose the Caracas mayoralty, however.
OPINION
December 5, 2006
THERE ARE PLENTY of reasons for Venezuelans not to like Hugo Chavez. Crime, especially murder, has skyrocketed during his eight years as president. Corruption is ubiquitous -- the country ranks No. 138 out of 163 on Transparency International's annual misgovernance index (the higher the number, the more corrupt the country is perceived to be).
WORLD
November 25, 2008 | Chris Kraul, Kraul is a Times staff writer.
Despite losing most races, opponents of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez claimed symbolic victories in Sunday's elections, saying the capture of Caracas City Hall and governorships of the nation's three most populous states will lessen Chavez's chances of abolishing term limits. At a news conference Monday, Chavez, for his part, said the balloting, in which his candidates swept a clear majority of governorships, was a "victory for the revolution."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 28, 1995 | GEOFFREY MOHAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Los Angeles police arrested two more suspects in the dead-end shooting death of Stephanie Kuhen on Wednesday, and confiscated three handguns. Arrested were Anthony Rodriguez, 27, and Manuel Rosales, 21, both of Cypress Park, Cmdr. Tim McBride said. A juvenile also was taken into custody and released, McBride said. The arrests came as two 16-year-olds also accused in the Sept.
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