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9 Catholics on 'mercy killing' jury

Nine Catholics were chosen to serve on the jury for the "mercy killing " trial at Manchester. New Hampshire, of Dr. Herman Sander, who is accused of killing Mrs. Abbie Borroto, a cancer victim, by injecting air into her veins.

Many hours were spent in finding 12 persons to whom neither side had any objection.

Three Protestants were chosen to join the Catholics.

Josephine Connor, the hospital librarian, gave evidence that Dr. Sander said that what he did was a little more serious than passing a traffic light




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