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Terror Victim's Widow Testifies in Greece

The British widow of the last victim of Greece’s deadly November 17 terrorist cell denounced the accused killers Monday as “mad men” and appealed for harsh sentences. The testimony of Heather Saunders highlighted a session devoted to exploring the June 2000 slaying of British defense attache Brig. Stephen Saunders. “They are not Greeks,” she told the special court set up for the trial of the 19 suspected November 17 members. “They are mad men.” She urged harsh penalties for her husband’s alleged killers, who could face up to life in prison if convicted under Greece’s new anti-terrorism laws. “They should be given a hefty sentence and be denied the freedom that they denied my husband,” said Saunders, who wore a long black dress and sobbed during the testimony. Two of the suspected November 17 members are accused of taking part in the killing of Saunders. Two others including the only woman defendant are accused of lesser roles. Full Story

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