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"I don't understand" and "I'm not
sure" were Webber's most frequent
responses to the questions included in
"That was high school," Webber
said in court. "What I'm saying is I
do not recall specifically the dates
and times you asked me. I answered
every question to the best of my
Assistant U.S. Attorney Richard Con-
vertino, the lead prosecutor in the case,
told the Sacramento Bee that he would
respond to Fishman's claims - in court
and in writing.
The defense's motions will be heard
after a Dec. 9 conference with Judge
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of more than $200,000 in attorney's fees
and costs to Johnson. Massie said
through national and state civil rights
laws, such discrimination and harass-
ment claims are regarded as "favored."
While in state cases, the fees are discre-
tionary, most judges award them to
plaintiffs, in order to encourage
"We want victims of unlawful
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Blair, America's staunchest ally,
broadcast a message into Iraq saying
"The standard of living and prosperity
of the Iraqi people would be infinitely
greater were Saddam not there."
The prime minister hoped his mes-
sage would reach Saddam, the Iraqi
people "and the wider Arab world,"
his spokesman said in London. It was
broadcast yesterday by the Arabic
service of Radio Monte Carlo - the
most popular shortwave station reach-
"One of the reasons I wanted to
speak to you today is to communicate
with people directly, because what
happens in a situation like this is that
there are myths that grow up," Blair
said. "I have just dealt with one myth,
that this is about Christians versus
Muslims - it isn't - or is about the
West versus the Arab world, or it's
Blair said Saddam's regime was
"brutal and oppressive," and if he did-
n't disarm, "the weapons will be dis-
armed by force."
On the streets of Baghdad, howev-
er, ordinary Iraqis expressed concern
the Americans were bent on a military
showdown regardless of whether their
government cooperated with the U.N.
"We are happy that the crisis has
been defused for the time being, but
I think the war is inevitable," said
Salah Ali, a 44-year-old bookstore
discrimination to come forward,"
Massie said last month. "Without
the attorneys' fees, you could never
have a student come forward."
Morris took the claim under
advisement yesterday. Morris' judi-
cial coordinator, Valerie Scrivener,
said it would be at least a month
before Morris would make a deci-
sion on the motion, considering her
previous motions and decisions in
"They're done on a first-come
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