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District attorney, wife shot
to death at home in Texas

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'ath comes two have been made in Hasse's slay-
ing Jan. 31.
nths after asst. McLelland, 63, is the 13th
prosecutor killed in the U.S.
.A. is killed in since the National Association
of District Attorneys began
pa gkeeping count in the 1960s.
Sheriff David Byrnes would
UFMAN, Texas (AP) - not give details Sunday of how
nan County District Attor- the killings unfolded and said
like McLelland took no there was nothing to indicate for
es after one of his assis- certain whether the DA's slaying
prosecutors was gunned was connected to Hasse's.
i two months ago. McLel- El Paso County, Colo., sher-
said he carried a gun iff's spokesman Sgt. Joe Roybal
where he went and was said investigators had found no
careful when answering evidence so far connecting the
or at his home. Texas killings to the Colorado
a ahead of everybody else case, but added: "We're examin-
se, basically, I'm a soldier," ing all possibilities."
-year Army veteran said Colorado's corrections direc-
interview less than two tor, Tom Clements, was killed
ago. March 19 when he answered
Saturday, he and his wife the doorbell at his home outside
ound shot to death in their Colorado Springs. Evan Spencer
home just outside the town Ebel, a white supremacist and
ney, about 20 miles from former Colorado inmate sus-
pected of shooting Clements,
ile investigators gave no died in a shootout with Texas
e for the killings, Forney deputies two days later about
Darren Rozell said: "It 100 miles from Kaufman.
rs this was not a random McLelland himself, in an
Associated Press interview
erybody's a little on edge shortly after the Colorado slay-
little shocked," he said. ing, raised the possibility that
slayings came less than Hasse was gunned down by a
weeks after Colorado's white supremacist gang.
chief was shot to death The weekend slayings raised
front door, apparently by concerns for prosecutors across
convict, and a couple of Texas, and some were tak-
s after Kaufman County ing extra security precautions.
ant District Attorney Byrnes said security would be
Hasse was killed in a increased at the courthouse in
ig lot a block from his Kaufman but declined to say
house office. No arrests if or how other prosecutors in

McLelland's office would be
protected.
Harris County District Attor-
ney Mike Anderson said he
accepted the sheriff's offer of
24-hour security for him and his
family after learning about the
slayings, mostly over concerns
for his family's safety. Anderson
said also would take precautions
at his Houston office, the largest
one in Texas, which has more
than 270 prosecutors.
"I think district attorneys
across Texas are still in a state
of shock," Anderson said Sun-
day.
McLelland, elected DA in
2010, said his office had pros-
ecuted several cases against
racist gangs, who have a strong
presence around Kaufman
County, a mostly rural area dot-
ted with subdivisions, with a
population of about 104,000.
"We put some real dents in
the Aryan Brotherhood around
here in the past year," he said.
In recent years, the DA's
office also prosecuted a case in
which a justice of the peace was
found guilty of theft and bur-

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AP/LOsservatore Romano
Pope Francis celebrated his first Easter Sunday Mass as pontiff in St. Peter's Square by delivering the Urbi et Orbi (to the
city and to the world) blessing.
Pope Francis pleads for world
peace in first Easter message

Pontiff aimed
Easter message at
'every family'

and elsewhere and remembered
the world's neediest people. With
physical gestures, he illustrated
the personal, down-to-earth car-
ing he brings as a pastor to this
new papacy - cradling a dis-

glary and another ca
a man was convict&
his former girlfrien
10-year-old daughter.
McLelland said he
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his dog around town,
community for the D
He figured assassins
likely to try to attac
side. He said he had
his employees to be
on the alert.

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constantly and patting children
on the head.
One admirer of both the pope
and his favorite soccer team
from his Argentine homeland,
Saints of San Lorenzo, insisted
that Francis take a team jersey
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the popemobile continued its
whirl through the square.
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cradled and kissed a physically
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the crowd. The child worked
hard to make one of his arms hug
the pope back, then succeeded,
smiling in satisfaction as the
pope patiently waited for the boy
to give his greeting.
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concern for the poor and suffer-
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of the causes of peace and social
justice in the Easter speech he
delivered from the central bal-
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same vantage point above the
square where he was introduced
to the world as the first Latin
American pope on March 13.
The Roman Catholic leader
aimed his Easter greetings at
"every house and every family,
especially where the suffering
is greatest, in hospitals, in pris-
ons." Francis prayed that Jesus
would inspire people to "change
hatred into love, vengeance into
forgiveness, war into peace."
As popes before him have,
he urged Israeis and Palestin-
ians to resume peace talks and
end a conflict that "has lasted
all too long." And, in reflecting
on the two-year-old Syrian cri-
sis, Francis asked, "How much
suffering must there still be
before a political solution" can
be found?
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desire for a "spirit of reconcili-
ation" on the Korean peninsula,
where North Korea says it has
entered "a state of war" with
South Korea. He also decried
warfare and terrorism in Afri-
ca, as well as what he called the
21st century's most extensive .
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