In 1976, a young Peace Corps worker in Tonga stabbed Deborah Gardner

Peace Corps Online: Directory: USA: Special Report: Peace Corps Chief of Staff Lloyd Pierson: December 7, 2004: Headlines: Staff: Congress Appointments: IRI: NGO's: IRI: The Stewart Pierson Intern Program is named in honor of Ed Stewart and Lloyd Pierson, former Africa Division directors at the International Republican Institute : In 1976, a young Peace Corps worker in Tonga stabbed Deborah Gardner

By annonymous ( - on Saturday, June 18, 2005 - 11:39 pm: Edit Post

In 1976,Peace Corps worker in Tonga stabbed Deborah Gardner, another
volunteer, 22 times, and went free, with the help of the US government.I just got done hearing this story on 48 hrs.(CBS).I am shocked. 30 yrs have gone by and Dennis Priven is still alive and well.Isnt there some way that this monster can be charged in the US? There is no time limit on murder....He needs to pay for this crime.IF ALL THAT IS NOT ENOUGH....This man came back to the states , married,AND THEN got a government job. I wonder if the people responsible for this mans freedom can sleep at night,and you all know who you are.God help you all

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