Links from the Times for June 22: Ray Sansom, wedding ring, Iran
Key document in Sansom case refers to airport early on
A crucial document in the criminal case against former state House Speaker Ray Sansom is one spare page: three typed lines, a handwritten note in the margin and the number 1, circled. The document is evidence that a $6 million building was to be a hangar, prosecutors say.
See the document and read more about the case against Sansom.
Sansom's grand jury testimony (PDF)
College president Bob Richburg's grand jury testimony (PDF)
Reaction to wedding ring story touches its subject
The Times' story of Mary Marzec's recovered ring — and the 68 years of a lifetime commitment it symbolized — lifted spirits in ways she never expected and touched more lives than she could count. Read about her reactions to the story's half-million online readers last week.
Original story: A stranger with a metal detector recovers the wedding ring of a couple married 68 years
Graphic You-Tube video races around the globe
The 40-second video clip of a young woman dying in the street in Tehran, blood pouring from her nose and mouth, has become a YouTube sensation and appears to have galvanized the attention of people far beyond the borders of Iran.
WARNING: This video is extremely graphic and my not be suitable for young children.
Tehran: wounded girl dies in front of camera