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Getting Away With Murder – Part 1
Winner of Pulitzer Prize in National Reporting
Family abuse a secret buried with victim
Gannett News Service series
Marjorie Lundstrom and Rochelle Sharpe
It is easy to kill a child and bury the secret.
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Getting Away With Murder – Part 2
Winner of Pulitzer Prize in National Reporting
Sloppy investigations miss murderers
Gannett News Service series
Marjorie Lundstrom and Rochelle Sharpe
Deep in the boot heel of rural Missouri, no one knows why Dante Mosby died.
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Getting Away With Murder – Part 3
Winner of Pulitzer Prize in National Reporting
Tiny victims leave tiny clues
Gannett News Service series
Marjorie Lundstrom and Rochelle Sharpe
In the tiniest of murder victims, even the best medical detectives can miss the clues.
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Getting Away With Murder – Part 4
Winner of Pulitzer Prize in National Reporting
SIDS sometimes used to cover up child-abuse deaths
Gannett News Service series
Marjorie Lundstrom and Rochelle Sharpe
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome is so hard to distinguish from murder that some medical
examiners say they rely on the Three Baby Rule
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Getting Away With Murder – Part 5
Winner of Pulitzer Prize in National Reporting
Reforming the investigation system
Gannett News Service series
Marjorie Lundstrom and Rochelle Sharpe
When the hospital notified coroner Sue Townsend about the baby, she was
alarmed.
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Suicide at MIT raises parents’ ire
USA TODAY
Rochelle Sharpe
The day before Elizabeth Shin set herself on fire, her parents drove through a spring
snowstorm to see her at MIT.
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The Bomb: Hiroshima survivors still suffer
Gannett News Service
Rochelle Sharpe
The mushroom cloud was a memory, the dead cremated long ago.
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Shy woman rises to become a symbol: Jane Roe speaks out to save ‘her law’
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Rochelle Sharpe
Norma McCorvey spent so many years hiding her identity, she has trouble convincing
people that she exists.
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Abortion: The New Militancy
‘The year of pain and fear’
Gannett News Service series – Part One
Rochelle Sharpe
Pro-lifers adopt street tactics in the war to abolish abortion
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Abortion: The New Militancy
Pro-lifers’ new guerilla commander
Gannett News Service series – Part Two
Rochelle Sharpe
Joseph Scheidler strolled into the abortion clinic as if it were his home.
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Abortion: The New Militancy
Targets of aggressive picketing feel helpless
Gannett News Service series – Part Three
Rochelle Sharpe
Watching the Abortion Abolition Society picket outside his parents’ home this Father’s Day,
Darryl Prince punched his fist into his hand again and again.
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Abortion Fight Rages at Home
Gannett News Service
Rochelle Sharpe
Florida Sen. Bud Gardner has received 3000 letters, hundreds of phone calls and a half-
dozen videotapes on abortion. But he only became pro-choice after talking to his mother.
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Mazda men go knocking in Japan
Gannett News Service
Rochelle Sharpe
Those smiling salesmen who knock on doors in midafternoon aren’t from Fuller Brush.
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Hosting candidates has its perks
Gannett News Service
Rochelle Sharpe
First came the carload of free diapers. Then came the invitations to talk on TV.
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