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DENVER (AP) - Prosecutors yes-
terday produced a photograph of a
bearded Timothy McVeigh and a new
height measurement of the Oklahoma
City bombing suspect to back up eye-
witness descriptions of him.
The developments came in the sec-
ond day of a pretrial hearing to deter-
mine which witnesses will appear at
McVeigh's trial next month. McVeigh's
attorneys have challenged six prosecu-
tion witnesses, saying their descriptions
were influenced by intense publicity
about the case.
All six witnesses testified Tuesday
that they met McVeigh at various places
before the bombing, including at a shop
where the Ryder truck used in the
bombing was rented. They all placed
his height at 5-foot-10 or 5-foot-11.
Defense attorneys countered that their
client is 6-foot-2.
Prosecutors last week obtained a
court order to measure McVeigh in
jail, and found out he's actually 6-feet,
"That cuts in half the discrepancy,"
prosecutor Scott Mendeloff said.
Another witness, Glenn Tipton, had
testified earlier that a man with a scrag-
gly beard resembling McVeigh had
asked him about buying barrels of rock-
et and racing fuel at a Kansas race track
in 1994. McVeigh's attorneys noted
their client is clean-shaven.
The photograph prosecutors intro-
duced yesterday shows McVeigh with a
three- or four-day beard, standing out-
side co-defendant Terry Nichols' home
in Marion, Kan.
In other testimony yesterday, a parade
of FBI agents and sketch artists testified
that eyewitnesses' descriptions of
McVeigh were remarkably similar.
FBI artist Raymond Rozycki said
Tom Kessinger, a mechanic at the
Ryder truck rental shop, took his time
when he described the man later identi-
fied as McVeigh.
"He was very clear on his selec-
tions," Rozycki said, referring to facial
features that Kessinger selected from a
Rozycki said his sketches strongly
resembled a photo of McVeigh, show-
ing prominent folds in his chin.
Kessinger testified previously in the
hearing that he made a mistake when he
gave the description of a man who was
with McVeigh at the rental shop, a
burly man who became known as John
Doe 2. Kessinger admitted he had actu-
ally described a soldier who came into
the shop the day after McVeigh.
Scott Mendeloff, one of the prosecuting attorneys in the Oklahoma City bombing
case against Timothy McVeig, talks with reporters in downtown Denver.
New evidence may
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Duderstadt would be in that position for
quite a long time," McFee said. "We
found ourselves in immediate action
mode faster than we thought we would."'
Chemistry Prof. Thomas Dunn, chair
of the faculty's governing body, support-
ed the regents' precautionary measures
and said it was necessary in order to
ensure the search's legality.
"I deplore the fact that we have to do
this, but I understand they want to be
legal, Dunn said.
Despite extra counseling on OMA,
the University was slapped with anoth-
er lawsuit in this last presidential
search, which resulted in the selection
of Lee Bollinger. In October, three local
newspapers filed suit against the
University, alleging the regents had vio-
lated OMA by discussing potential can-
didates in closed meetings.
Washtenaw County Circuit Court
Judge Melinda Morris ruled in favor of
the newspapers, ordering the regents to
release almost all documents pertaining
to presidential candidates and to con-
duct all meetings between regents and
candidates in public.
"We did not anticipate that when we.
reached the point where we had five
candidates that the newspapers would
challenge us;" McFee said. "We thought
the judgment was over-restricting. We
thought we had done everything right."
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Ann Arbor began its relationship
with coffee houses years ago with a sin-
gle establishment that was considered a
novelty among residents and students.
Later, a flood of coffee houses led
prices to increase, Hernandez said.
Some of the coffee house managers
say they have not yet been affected by
the strike but have raised their prices for
"Our prices were raised because the
company wanted to find plantations
that provide a more fair treatment for
their workers,"said Social Work gradu-
ate student Milton Rodriguez, an
employee of the Cava Java coffee house
on South University Avenue.
The prices on average have risen
between 10-25 cents for coffee drinks at
Cava Java. This was the first price raise
in a year-and-a-half, Rodriguez said.
"The raise in prices will make the
coffee drinks more of a luxury" said
LSA first-year student Vicor Kocek,
who is also an employee at Cava Java.
Some students said that if prices con-
tinue to rise, they will forego their cof-
"If the price rose indefinitely, I
would have to have a limit" said
Rackham student Rashi Jackman. "My
need for coffee isn't infinite?'
Bu o e stdeina~tssna ithen an'
Retailers said this is not the worst
price increase in history.
"This could not be as bad as the frost
in Colombia about two and a half years
ago'" said Kevin Brouwer, a bean bar
salesperson at the Espresso Royale
Caffe on State Street.
The coffee company with which
Espresso Royale deals had not
expressed any concern as of three
weeks ago, but things might have
changed by now, Bouwer said.
Making coffee at home seems to be a
favorable alternative to the price
increase, some students said.
"I have been making my own coffee
more at home. When prices went up I
realized I couldn't buy coffee a couple
times a day" said LSA senior Stephanie
At Gratzi, located on the corner of
State and East Liberty Streets, the price
increase related more to the jump in state
sales tax than the Colombian strike.
"Our business was not really affected
by the price increase," LSA senior
Chris Felak said. "Our regulars still
come. Some complained at first, but
they got used to it eventually."
While most coffee shops have raised
their prices, Caribou Coffee on State
Street has managed to lower its prices on
a cup of coffee from $1.16 to $1.10 since
opening a few months ago.
The rent in the downtown area has
been a ina nn steapdil ata rate of
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