March 19, 1987 |
Survivors of the Edmond, Okla., post office massacre last summer suffered further pain from "an utterly cold and insensitive management," including a postmaster who banned reading of sympathy mail on the job, a House panel was told Wednesday. "At first we were attacked by Pat Sherrill and now we were under emotional attack from management," said Steve Brehm, a postal clerk at Edmond.
August 21, 1986 |
Neighbors today said they began calling mailman Patrick Sherrill "Crazy Pat" years ago, when the strange, hulking man began prowling their yards at night in camouflage fatigues and peering wordlessly into their windows. He confirmed their worst fears Wednesday by coolly slaughtering 14 co-workers and himself in a post office massacre. (Story, Page 10.) Few people who knew him expressed genuine surprise at the massacre by the 44-year-old mail carrier.
December 21, 1997 |
They walk together down the street. They enter the courtroom together. When the judge asks a question, the three seasoned federal prosecutors simultaneously crane their necks to put their heads together. Attorneys prosecuting alleged Unabomber Theodore Kaczynski say their interaction, both publicly and privately, reflects a real collaboration. "It is very much a team here, a team effort," said Robert J.