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March 8, 1992 | PETER CARLIN, Peter Carlin's first book, "Brave New Bride," will be published by Warner Books in June.
AFTER HE WAS CONVICTED OF MURDER, SANTIAGO VENTURA Morales met the right people. It was the way he screamed, say many of those who came to support him. The way he threw himself against the defense table and let loose a wail so chilling and anguished that it even seemed to shock the judge. "No es posible! No es posible!" Ventura cried. It was the first time the jury had heard his voice. Sobbing uncontrollably, he was led from the courtroom.
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March 8, 1992 | PETER CARLIN, Peter Carlin's first book, "Brave New Bride," will be published by Warner Books in June.
AFTER HE WAS CONVICTED OF MURDER, SANTIAGO VENTURA Morales met the right people. It was the way he screamed, say many of those who came to support him. The way he threw himself against the defense table and let loose a wail so chilling and anguished that it even seemed to shock the judge. "No es posible! No es posible!" Ventura cried. It was the first time the jury had heard his voice. Sobbing uncontrollably, he was led from the courtroom.
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April 12, 1992
Oh those rotten stinking liberals! They did it again this time, by organizing to save an innocent Mexican field hand from wrongful imprisonment ("What Becomes of the Resurrected?" by Peter Carlin, March 8). In Carlin's otherwise excellent report on how Santiago Ventura Morales was reborn from a poor, illegal, semiliterate Mixtec to a potential American law student, the reporter gets off some shots at the small group of Oregonians who rallied around Ventura.
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