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July 17, 1990
A Los Angeles Municipal Court judge on Monday gave nine Operation Rescue members convicted of charges stemming from a blockade of an abortion clinic sentences ranging from probation to 215 days in jail. Judge Patti Jo McKay also ordered that at least one protester be barred from early release. Members of the militant anti-abortion group, upset by what they called unjustifiably harsh sentences, said they plan to ask the Council on Judicial Performance to review McKay's work.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 17, 1990
A Los Angeles Municipal Court judge on Monday gave nine Operation Rescue members convicted of charges stemming from a blockade of an abortion clinic sentences ranging from probation to 215 days in jail. Judge Patti Jo McKay also ordered that at least one protester be barred from early release. Members of the militant anti-abortion group, upset by what they called unjustifiably harsh sentences, said they plan to ask the Council on Judicial Performance to review McKay's work.
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August 27, 2005 | Thomas Meaney, Special to The Times
One of the most hushed-up episodes of the German occupation of France came in July 1942, when Marshal Henri Philippe Petain's police rounded up more than 7,000 Jews, detaining them for five days without food or water in a Paris sports stadium. The Germans had specifically requested only able-bodied adults for the concentration camps, but many of these Auschwitz-bound victims were children.
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