ATLANTA'S FED-UP SUSPECT

RICHARD JEWELL'S LAWYERS DEMAND A FEDERAL APOLOGY

Richard Jewell sprang his dog last week. After what his ever present media watchers described as a high-speed ride to the kennel, he fetched her home, and the stop-and-go progress of the spooked Doberman and bulky owner across the Jewell front lawn was deemed sufficiently fascinating to make the nightly news. Jewell had apparently decided that it was inhumane to keep a canine accused of no wrongdoing indefinitely in close quarters, with limited exercise and under constant watch of strangers.

Meanwhile, the former security guard's lawyers engaged in a media blitz to deliver him from the same fate. As the days...

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