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October 11, 1998 | From Times Wire Services
Politicians, including President Clinton, joined activists Saturday in condemning a vicious beating that left a gay college student near death. Matthew Shepard, 22, was found beaten, burned and tied to a wooden fence last week. He was in critical condition Saturday at a Fort Collins, Colo., hospital, where about 500 people gathered after sundown for a candlelight vigil. President Clinton called the attack on the University of Wyoming student "horrifying." He and House Minority Leader Richard A.
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May 21, 1999 | From Associated Press
Two men who eluded hundreds of officers last year during a hunt for the killers of a Colorado police officer may have robbed a restaurant in remote Wyoming, authorities said Thursday. Alan Pylon and Jason McVean have been sought for nearly a year, ever since a police officer in Cortez, Colo., was raked with automatic gunfire during a traffic stop. The men were chased by more than 500 officers at one point. Pylon and McVean, who are said to be practiced survivalists, disappeared into the desert.
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May 21, 1999 | From Associated Press
Two men who eluded hundreds of officers last year during a hunt for the killers of a Colorado police officer may have robbed a restaurant in remote Wyoming, authorities said Thursday. Alan Pylon and Jason McVean have been sought for nearly a year, ever since a police officer in Cortez, Colo., was raked with automatic gunfire during a traffic stop. The men were chased by more than 500 officers at one point. Pylon and McVean, who are said to be practiced survivalists, disappeared into the desert.
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October 11, 1998 | From Times Wire Services
Politicians, including President Clinton, joined activists Saturday in condemning a vicious beating that left a gay college student near death. Matthew Shepard, 22, was found beaten, burned and tied to a wooden fence last week. He was in critical condition Saturday at a Fort Collins, Colo., hospital, where about 500 people gathered after sundown for a candlelight vigil. President Clinton called the attack on the University of Wyoming student "horrifying." He and House Minority Leader Richard A.
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October 10, 1998 | From Associated Press
A gay University of Wyoming student was brutally beaten, burned and left tied to a wooden ranch fence like a scarecrow, with grave injuries including a smashed skull, authorities said. Four people have been arrested. A passerby found the victim, Matthew Shepard, 22, near death half a day after the attack. He was unconscious and his skull had been smashed with a handgun. He also appeared to have suffered burns on his body and cuts on his head and face.
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October 10, 1998 | From Associated Press
A gay University of Wyoming student was brutally beaten, burned and left tied to a wooden ranch fence like a scarecrow, with grave injuries including a smashed skull, authorities said. Four people have been arrested. A passerby found the victim, Matthew Shepard, 22, near death half a day after the attack. He was unconscious and his skull had been smashed with a handgun. He also appeared to have suffered burns on his body and cuts on his head and face.
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