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“Fifty-four-year-old William Jennings Choyce of Stockton faces the death penalty if convicted in San Joaquin County Superior Court of the three killings dating to 1988.”
“Lieutenant Choyce spent the last week of July in the State, touching the places that had not been touched by other outside speakers.”
“Lieutenant Choyce, being, like Captain Fallon, a young man, well educated and of distinct literary tastes and ability and having survived horrible experiences of the War, stirred his audiences deeply and disposed them to respond to the War Savings appeal.”
“He looketh not for Choyce of fine Words; nor noteth an Error here and there in the Spelling.”
“Luckily for Choyce, Snyman and his friend, police inspector Jacques Starbuck, had changed their minds about not spending their day off fishing.”
“It was Starbuck who realised that Choyce was in difficulty.”
“By this time Choyce was fighting the current, even though she knew better.”
“Choyce, 29, who now lives in South Africa and runs children's aid organisation, Project Colors, was swept out at Klein Krans, near Wilderness in the Western Cape.”
“Describing how the events unfolded, Choyce said she was in the water with two children when she got caught in the rip current.”
“It was then that they called out to Choyce and realised she was caught in the rip current.”
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