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December 27, 1987
Convicted murderer Willie Ray Wisely, whose motion for a retrial was rejected Dec. 18, is scheduled to be sentenced Monday in the 1981 killing of his stepfather, Robert Bray. Acting as his own attorney, Wisely has successfully delayed sentencing since his conviction in 1982, but now faces life imprisonment without possibility of parole. Wisely, 34, has spent more than six years in Orange County Jail.
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March 22, 1990 | BETH ANN KRIER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Malcolm Forbes, the flamboyant publisher known for his relationships with hot-air balloons and Elizabeth Taylor, had been dead only a week when rumors about his sexual orientation hit the mainstream media. In a USA Today gossip column, Forbes, the divorced father of five children and grandfather of nine, was described as "leading a gay lifestyle for at least the last five years."
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March 22, 1990 | BETH ANN KRIER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Malcolm Forbes, the flamboyant publisher known for his relationships with hot-air balloons and Elizabeth Taylor, had been dead only a week when rumors about his sexual orientation hit the mainstream media. In a USA Today gossip column, Forbes, the divorced father of five children and grandfather of nine, was described as "leading a gay lifestyle for at least the last five years."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 27, 1987
Convicted murderer Willie Ray Wisely, whose motion for a retrial was rejected Dec. 18, is scheduled to be sentenced Monday in the 1981 killing of his stepfather, Robert Bray. Acting as his own attorney, Wisely has successfully delayed sentencing since his conviction in 1982, but now faces life imprisonment without possibility of parole. Wisely, 34, has spent more than six years in Orange County Jail.
NEWS
February 2, 1992
Robert Bray, a science teacher at Sierra Vista High School in Baldwin Park, has been honored for his "continued contribution in leading today's youth to develop tomorrow's technology." Bray, who teaches physics and biology, received a $1,000 grant from the Wright Brothers Scholarship Fund. The Wright Brothers Innovative Teacher Award contest is sponsored by the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce to promote the aerospace industry.
HEALTH
July 11, 2011 | By James S. Fell, Special to the Los Angeles Times
Most athletic types would rather spend a month watching "Teletubbies" while reading Snooki's blog than suffer an injury. And when it comes to getting hurt, the knee is one of the worst things you can damage. The most commonly injured knee ligament is the anterior cruciate ligament in the middle of the joint. The ACL is responsible for keeping the knee stable by preventing the shin bone from sliding in front of the thigh bone. If torn, it usually requires surgical intervention, according to Dr. Robert Bray, an orthopedic surgeon at Calgary's Peter Lougheed Hospital.
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March 7, 1999
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NEWS
April 1, 1990
"Outing . . . is not confined to dead folks," says Beth Ann Krier, Times staff writer. What follows is her lengthy explanation of what outing means, who it is confined to and what the "specialists" have to say about it. Here are some names mentioned in the article: Malcolm Forbes, Rock Hudson, Roy Cohn, Perry Ellis, Terry Dolan, Larry Kramer, Barney Frank, Gerry Studds, Thomas Foley, Robert Bray, Armistead Maupin, Gabriel Rotello, Paul...
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December 28, 1987 | Associated Press
Willie Ray Wisely, who was convicted in 1982 of murdering his stepfather but avoided sentencing through years of jail-house lawyering, was sentenced today in Orange County Superior Court to life in prison without possibility of parole. Judge Manuel A. Ramirez noted in sentencing Wisely that he "finds the defendant not remorseful for his crime." Wisely, 34, was convicted of murdering Robert Bray, 61, in 1981 by rigging a truck cab to fall on him.
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January 4, 1990 | From United Press International
William Roper, a White House adviser and former director of the Medicare and Medicaid programs, was named Wednesday to head the Centers for Disease Control. Roper, 41, on March 1 will take over a federal agency with 5,000 employees and an annual budget of $1.1 billion, including $450 million for AIDS-related work. The CDC has headquarters in Atlanta. The American Medical Assn.
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