Milestones: Feb. 25, 1985

ACQUITTED. Edwin Moses, 29, Olympic gold medal hurdler; by a six-man, six- woman jury, of soliciting an act of prostitution; in Los Angeles. Undercover Officer Susan Gonzales testified that on Jan. 13 he offered her $100 for sex acts, but the jury apparently believed Moses' testimony that he pulled his car over on a Hollywood street only because he thought she recognized him, and that she suggested the sex acts, then asked how much money he had. Startled because she was dressed "normally," he told her $100. On the stand he said, "People come up to me every day and ask...

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