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Paul Hill, the anti-abortion radical charged with shooting a doctor and his escort outside a Pensacola, Fla., clinic, pleaded not guilty to murder charges. Hill, who had previously pleaded innocent to violating a new federal clinic protection law, had no other comments for the Pensacola judge. Hill-watchers are expecting the activist to turn his trial into another ideological platform. His previous bully pulpit, before the Florida deaths: "Donahue," "Nightline" and other TV shows, where he proclaimed that killing abortionists was OK.