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By Tom Bowman, JoAnna Daemmrich, Scott Shane and Tom Bowman, JoAnna Daemmrich, Scott Shane,SUN STAFF | October 3, 1996
MANSFIELD, Texas -- Beside the track where Adrianne Jones ran, her coaches and fellow students at Mansfield High School planted a red oak tree in her honor. In front of the tree stands a bronze plaque with a simple motto: "Strength, Unity, Courage."The epitaph was written just two weeks after her slaying Dec. 4, nine months before the arrest of a Naval Academy midshipman and an Air Force Academy cadet would catapult the killing onto the national newscasts. Yet it is an oddly apt commentary on this lurid slaying in the suburbs of Fort Worth that have seen more than their share of such murders.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,sun reporter | January 31, 2007
Former Naval Academy wrestling coach Ed Peery has seen generations of the extensive Graham family grow into the sport since he first befriended Billie and Peggy Graham in 1959. A few details, however, may have escaped his notice. Peery may have missed the post-Christmas family gathering where Patrick Graham, uncle of Annapolis High's Bubby Graham, dislocated his finger wrestling another relative. Nor did Peery hear Graham cousin Nicole Woody, of Arundel High, repeatedly warned during a Thanksgiving Day family affair about kicking the fireplace while teaching wrestling moves to her cousin, Dominique Graham, of Annapolis Area Christian.
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By Tom Bowman and Tom Bowman,SUN STAFF | September 8, 1996
MANSFIELD, Texas -- It was a love that some say was strong, others obsessive. And it appears that somehow that bond became twisted, leading David Graham and Diane Zamora down the forlorn, Seton Road toward murder on Dec. 4.The two 18-year-old honor students who within six months would be at prestigious military schools -- Graham at the Air Force Academy and Zamora at the Naval Academy -- are today in jail, charged with the murder of Adrianne Jones, a...
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March 17, 2005
On March 14, 2005, ELEANOR DOROTHY (nee Pummery) of Cape St. Claire, Annapolis, formerly of Baltimore, beloved wife of Leon H. Borowski, devoted mother of Peggy Anne Graham and the late Irvin J. Wolfe, dear sister of the late Charles and Robert Pummery, loving mother-in-law of David Graham. Also survived by four grandchildren and one great-granddaughter. Friends may call at the BARRANCO & SONS, P.A., SEVERNA PARK FUNERAL HOME, Ritchie Highway at Robinson Road on Wednesday and Thursday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Services will be held on Friday at 12 noon.
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By Neal Thompson and Neal Thompson,SUN STAFF | February 1, 1998
He told me, 'You haven't been the only girl in my life.' He said, 'I have had sex with someone else before.' I kept ramming my head against the walls. I just didn't want to live with what he had said to me. I felt like I had lost everything. My family wasn't in the best financial shape, and now he was telling me the one thing I prized more than anything else was taken away. I screamed at him, 'Kill her, kill her.' -- Diane Zamora, Sept. 6, 1996FORT WORTH, Texas -- The journey to the Tarrant County Courthouse for her murder trial tomorrow began 16 blocks away at Harris Methodist Hospital, where 7-pound Diane Zamora emerged as the first child of Carlos and Gloria Zamora.
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By Brenda J. Buote and Brenda J. Buote,SUN STAFF | November 16, 1996
Diane Zamora, a former Naval Academy midshipman who is accused of conspiring with her fiance to kill a romantic rival, told a fellow cadet that she confessed to her mother about the slaying shortly after the killing and was "forgiven" for her alleged part in the crime, the Dallas Morning News reported yesterday.Jay Guild, who is expected to testify in Zamora's murder trial, said that Zamora told him about her confession to her mother while they were classmates at the Naval Academy."I know that she told her mom about it," Guild was reported as saying in the Dallas paper.
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March 17, 2005
On March 14, 2005, ELEANOR DOROTHY (nee Pummery) of Cape St. Claire, Annapolis, formerly of Baltimore, beloved wife of Leon H. Borowski, devoted mother of Peggy Anne Graham and the late Irvin J. Wolfe, dear sister of the late Charles and Robert Pummery, loving mother-in-law of David Graham. Also survived by four grandchildren and one great-granddaughter. Friends may call at the BARRANCO & SONS, P.A., SEVERNA PARK FUNERAL HOME, Ritchie Highway at Robinson Road on Wednesday and Thursday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Services will be held on Friday at 12 noon.
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By Neal Thompson and Neal Thompson,SUN STAFF | February 7, 1998
FORT WORTH, Texas -- The state of Texas rested its case against Diane Zamora yesterday, concluding a week of testimony with a datebook found in her Naval Academy dormitory.Lawyers for both sides also learned yesterday of a long article in the March issue of Glamour magazine that includes the first public statements from Zamora and David Graham, a former Air Force Academy cadet and her ex-boyfriend, since they were arrested on murder charges."Our feelings [for each other] all had to do with us feeling scared, of getting dumped or being separated," Zamora told the reporter.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | August 13, 1996
J. C. Snead birdied the 18th hole to complete a round of 6-under-par 66, and opened a four-stroke lead halfway through the Toyota Invitational at rainy Cattail Creek Country Club yesterday.The event in western Howard County, featuring 21 Senior pros, is considered a testing stage for a possible future Senior Tour event in the area. Although many of the pros were effusive with their praise for the condition of the course -- a spikeless facility that does not permit carts on fairways -- there were some reservations about the length of some of the holes.
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By ANDREI CODRESCU | September 28, 1992
New Orleans. -- David Graham and I were watching the summer night mobs milling on both sides of the street by Cafe Brazil. A local band with a big following, Tribe Nunzio, was playing in there, and we were getting to listen outside without paying the cover charge. At some point, a brass band appeared out of nowhere on the corner and people started second-lining. My friend Ade, who owns Cafe Brazil, came furiously out the door to tell them to move. It was a fine New Orleans evening with all the funk and craziness we've come to enjoy and expect from our blossomy burg.
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By David Kohn and David Kohn,SUN STAFF | December 6, 2004
Lately, strangers have been coming up to David Graham, wanting to shake his hand and thank him. That wouldn't be unusual if he were a rock star or an actor. But he's neither. He's a career government scientist, a self-described "big-time introvert" who likes poetry and hiking. Over the past few weeks, the 50-year-old epidemiologist has become an accidental celebrity. He has testified before Congress and appeared on the CBS Evening News, Nightline, and the front pages of newspapers around the country.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | July 6, 1998
Walter Hall, a non-exempt player on the Senior PGA Tour, joined Bruce Summerhays as the only players to get to 10-under par in the State Farm Senior Classic at Hobbit's Glen Golf Club yesterday.Where Summerhays reached that number with a winning 18-foot birdie putt on the last hole, Hall made it with a 40-foot over-a-ridge putt at the 12th, then gave it right back off a bad tee shot at the 13th.Playing in the threesome in front of Summerhays, Hall's best birdie chances getting home were at the last two holes, but he missed from eight feet at the 17th, and saw his bid to take the lead slip away when his 15-footer went left of the cup."
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By Neal Thompson and Neal Thompson,SUN STAFF | February 7, 1998
FORT WORTH, Texas -- The state of Texas rested its case against Diane Zamora yesterday, concluding a week of testimony with a datebook found in her Naval Academy dormitory.Lawyers for both sides also learned yesterday of a long article in the March issue of Glamour magazine that includes the first public statements from Zamora and David Graham, a former Air Force Academy cadet and her ex-boyfriend, since they were arrested on murder charges."Our feelings [for each other] all had to do with us feeling scared, of getting dumped or being separated," Zamora told the reporter.
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By Neal Thompson and Neal Thompson,SUN STAFF | February 2, 1998
FORT WORTH, Texas -- In the year leading to today's trial of Diane Zamora, lawyers on both sides have proclaimed that it would be extremely difficult, if not impossible, for the defendant in such a high-profile murder case to receive a fair trial in her hometown.But the prosecution's attempt to move the trial failed, and the defense has failed in its efforts to corral some of the publicity.So Zamora's fate will be decided by seven men and five women -- all of whom said they had heard, seen or read of the case.
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By Neal Thompson and Neal Thompson,SUN STAFF | February 1, 1998
He told me, 'You haven't been the only girl in my life.' He said, 'I have had sex with someone else before.' I kept ramming my head against the walls. I just didn't want to live with what he had said to me. I felt like I had lost everything. My family wasn't in the best financial shape, and now he was telling me the one thing I prized more than anything else was taken away. I screamed at him, 'Kill her, kill her.' -- Diane Zamora, Sept. 6, 1996FORT WORTH, Texas -- The journey to the Tarrant County Courthouse for her murder trial tomorrow began 16 blocks away at Harris Methodist Hospital, where 7-pound Diane Zamora emerged as the first child of Carlos and Gloria Zamora.
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By Neal Thompson and Neal Thompson,SUN STAFF | January 15, 1998
A Texas judge ruled yesterday that he will let Court TV air live the capital murder trial of former Naval Academy Midshipman Diane Zamora.Prosecutors had asked that television cameras be kept out of the courtroom, arguing that they would influence jurors and witnesses, some of whom might think less about justice in the high-profile case than being invited onto television talk shows and signing book contracts.But Tarrant County District Judge Joe Drago said Court TV, a cable network that shows many high-profile trials, could broadcast the trial from beginning to end, as long as it does not film jurors, spectators or family members.
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By Neal Thompson and Neal Thompson,SUN STAFF | February 2, 1998
FORT WORTH, Texas -- In the year leading to today's trial of Diane Zamora, lawyers on both sides have proclaimed that it would be extremely difficult, if not impossible, for the defendant in such a high-profile murder case to receive a fair trial in her hometown.But the prosecution's attempt to move the trial failed, and the defense has failed in its efforts to corral some of the publicity.So Zamora's fate will be decided by seven men and five women -- all of whom said they had heard, seen or read of the case.
SPORTS
By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | July 6, 1998
Walter Hall, a non-exempt player on the Senior PGA Tour, joined Bruce Summerhays as the only players to get to 10-under par in the State Farm Senior Classic at Hobbit's Glen Golf Club yesterday.Where Summerhays reached that number with a winning 18-foot birdie putt on the last hole, Hall made it with a 40-foot over-a-ridge putt at the 12th, then gave it right back off a bad tee shot at the 13th.Playing in the threesome in front of Summerhays, Hall's best birdie chances getting home were at the last two holes, but he missed from eight feet at the 17th, and saw his bid to take the lead slip away when his 15-footer went left of the cup."
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By Brenda J. Buote and Brenda J. Buote,SUN STAFF | November 16, 1996
Diane Zamora, a former Naval Academy midshipman who is accused of conspiring with her fiance to kill a romantic rival, told a fellow cadet that she confessed to her mother about the slaying shortly after the killing and was "forgiven" for her alleged part in the crime, the Dallas Morning News reported yesterday.Jay Guild, who is expected to testify in Zamora's murder trial, said that Zamora told him about her confession to her mother while they were classmates at the Naval Academy."I know that she told her mom about it," Guild was reported as saying in the Dallas paper.
NEWS
By Tom Bowman, JoAnna Daemmrich, Scott Shane and Tom Bowman, JoAnna Daemmrich, Scott Shane,SUN STAFF | October 3, 1996
MANSFIELD, Texas -- Beside the track where Adrianne Jones ran, her coaches and fellow students at Mansfield High School planted a red oak tree in her honor. In front of the tree stands a bronze plaque with a simple motto: "Strength, Unity, Courage."The epitaph was written just two weeks after her slaying Dec. 4, nine months before the arrest of a Naval Academy midshipman and an Air Force Academy cadet would catapult the killing onto the national newscasts. Yet it is an oddly apt commentary on this lurid slaying in the suburbs of Fort Worth that have seen more than their share of such murders.
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