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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - November 20, 1993, Darmstadt, Hesse November 1993 THE STARS AND STRIPES Page 5 THIS nrt AP Before its destruction a shrine in land commemorated Nail leader Rudolf Nazi opponents destroy shrine to Hess in Britain Scotland AP AntiNazi cam have smashed a shrine to Rudolf located in a pasture where Adolf Hitlers deputy fuhrer may have landed on his bizarre peace mis sion during World War Three members of the AntiNazi League daubed the marble and slate memorial with yel low then demolished it with a mer We dont want a focus where any Nazis can league member Aamer Anwar Ru dolf Hess and the Nazis stand for the death of 6 million The monument resembled a tombstone and was surrounded by a wire Its inscription had read This stone marks the spot where heroic Rudolf Hess landed by parachute on the night of 10th May 1941 seeking to end the war between Britain and The builders of the monument are The Independent newspaper quoted local resi dents as saying it was erected six months Robert planning director for Eastwood District said there had been no applica tion for permission to put up the about 15 miles south of District officials have been unable to locate the owner of the solo flight from Germany is still contro Some historians have suggested that Hess was lured to Britain by intelligence but previously secret British documents released last year provided no evidence to support that Hess was convicted of war crimes at the trials in Germany after World War He was the last surviving member of Hitlers inner circle when he died at Spandau Prison in Berlin on Allied authorities said he hanged himself with an electrical to maintain troops in Somalia until May 31 UNITED NATIONS AP Security Council voted to keep forces in Somalia for an ad six but warned they could be drawn unless the rival factions stop fighting and work to form a The resolution extending the mandate until May 31 was adopted unanimously Thursday the day the old mandate The new resolution warned warlords that continued United Nations involvement in Somalia de pends on their active cooperation and tangible progress toward a political It also emphasized the crucial importance of effec tive disarmament and called for the immediate estab of local governing councils and regional police Ambassador Madeleine Albright told the Secu rity Council The Somali people must show the will and the courage to bring about national But if they cannot work together to they cannot expect the United Nations to do it for The United the backbone of the ber force in plans to withdraw its sol diers by March 31 and has demanded that steps are taken to create an effective government in Belgium and Sweden are also planning to pull The resolution calls on Boutros to report to the council by 15 on progress made toward nation The Secu rity Council then would conduct a fundamental review of the operation by Fighting broke out in Somalia in 1991 after rival clans ousted dictator Mohammed Siad troops arrived in December 1992 after Somalia suf deaths from famine and fighting that The United Nations took over the relief and peacekeeping operation in Accused schoolboy knew prosecutor England AP Two schoolboys acted together and knew what they were doing when they ab ducted a toddler whom they tortured and battered to a prosecutor said If ever crime was committed jointly and then this was that prosecutor Richard ques said in his final argument to the jury hearing his case against the two Both who by court order may be identified in press reports only as Child A and Child have pleaded innocent to killing 2yearold James They have tried to blame each other for the 12 again recounted the events leading up to the killing how the youngster was lured away from his mother at a shopping led 2Vi miles across the city and beaten to He said the accused acted together from the moment they decided to skip school until they parted 10 hours after James tiny body lay dead beneath bricks on a railway line where a train later sliced it in Defense attorneys said they would not call any wit nesses because of their clients fragile mental They plan to argue in their closing statements Monday that the boys did not intend to murder James and did not understand the gravity of their Because the accused are younger than the pros must prove that they knew their actions could cause serious injury and that they knew their behavior was seriously The jury will consider three counts against each boy the attempted abduction of another 2yearold earlier and the abduction and murder of If the boys will be held indefinitely in a fa for very serious The two boys fidgeted as recounted the 10 hours they spent together the day James was slain and the lies the boys told to adults they passed while lead ing James across the Normally Child A rolled a tissue into tiny balls and leaned around a social worker to look at Child who glanced uneasily around the 12th child victim of crash dies England AP A 12th child musician died Friday from injuries she received when the van in which she and fellow students were traveling hit a sta truck and burst into Warwickshire police said Friday that they have been unable to determine the cause of the which occurred just after midnight on the motorway in central Ten of the who were between 12 and 13 years and the 40yearold teacher died in the blazing The Eleanor had been The child Charlene died in the hospital Thursday The 12th child Katie died Friday at South Warwickshire where she had undergone an emergency operation after the Both Murray and ODowd were were pulled from the van by motorists before it burst into Two more children were described Friday as being in stable condition at the The children and their teacher were returning in the van to Hagley High a Roman Catholic school in 25 miles northwest of They had taken part Wednesday night in the Schools Promenade Concert at Londons Royal Albert Hall be fore an audience that included Queen Elizabeth IIs youngest Prince Warwickshire police are trying to determine why the van ran into the back of the road repair which was parked at the edge of the motorway with its lights Warwickshire Chief Constable Peter Joslin told a news conference Friday that vehicle condition and driver fatigue were not to Widow reportedly admits role in gulf vets slaying DETROIT AP A woman long sus of killing her Army husband hours after he returned from the Persian Gulf War has admitted her role to undercover drug a federal prosecutor Law enforcement officials hoped the alleged admission might finally enable them to bring a murder charge against Toni Cato Riggs in the 1991 shooting death of 22yearold Anthony I always felt we would be able to pros ecute her at some point in police Gerald Stewart Cato Riggs also allegedly discussed a contract killing to eliminate a witness to her husbands The Detroit News quoted unidentified inves as Antonio target of the alleged has been placed in federal protective custody outside the newspaper said Details of Shelbys involve ment in the case werent Cato who was arrested day on cocaine smuggling told an undercover drug agent last February that she hired her brother and another man to kill her Attorney Alan Gershel said She stated that the reason for killing her husband was for the insurance pro federal drug agent Richard Crock Anthony Riggs was fatally shot March outside his inlaws home after returning from six months in the Middle His slaying drew nationwide atten tion as an example of what was thought to be random urban Cato Riggs and her Michael were arrested two days Cato told police that his sister had enlisted him to kill her husband so they could share in life But a judge dismissed a murder charge against Cato saying her brothers confession be used against The was convicted of mur der and sentenced to life in Cato was freed and received the insurance
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