Troubling and Suspicious aspects to FBI Investigation   NEWSSTAND, May 3, 2002 ( – Starting Monday, conservative news service WorldNetDaily will be publishing a seven-part investigative report by Emmy-award winning writer and producer Jack Cashill about the killing of abortionist Bernard Slepian and the arrest of his suspected killer James Kopp. Mr. Cashill looks at troubling and suspicious aspects of the FBI investigation, and raises the possibility that Mr. Kopp is being framed for Dr. Slepian’s murder.  Among the questions Mr. Cashill will be considering are: Why did the FBI exclude from its affidavit any testimony from a 14-year-old witness who had seen a man running to the passenger side of a getaway car? Why did the feds come looking for Kopp at friend Jim Gannon’s house the day after the shooting when no evidence yet pointed to Kopp? How could the FBI’s most critical eyewitness identify Kopp and ID his car when uncontested grand jury testimony put Kopp at a job site eight hours away that very morning? Why did it take law enforcement two weeks to find a concealed bag of Kopp’s personal effects allegedly buried at the crime scene?  See newsmax introductory article at KOPP ARREST USED TO SMEAR PRO-LIFERS INVESTIGATORS CAST A WIDE NET TO FIND ABORTIONIST’S MURDERER GUNNING FOR PRO-LIFERS


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