Jay Schadler is a correspondent on the ABC News program PrimeTime. He worked at WCVB in Boston, Massachusetts and WZZM in Grand Rapids, Michigan before joining ABC News in 1982. Schadler is a graduate of Michigan State University. He graduated magna cum laude from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications and also received a law degree from the Syracuse University College of Law.
Forgotten Sins was a 1996 television movie based on Lawrence Wright's New Yorker articles and his book Remembering Satan, which was in turn based on the actual case of Paul Ingram. It originally aired on the ABC Network on March 7, 1996. It starred William Devane as Dr. Richard Ofshe, "a role to which William Devane brings his customary bristling panache" wrote Dorothy Rabinowitz in the Wall Street Journal. John Shea also starred as Matthew Bradshaw, a fictional character based on Paul Ingram.
The Political Constitution of the United Mexican States, approved by the Constitutional Congress on February 5, 1917, with Venustiano Carranza serving as the first president under its terms, is the present constitution of Mexico. It was drafted in Santiago de Querétaro, State of Querétaro, by a Constitutional Convention during the Mexican Revolution.
Clark Strand is an American spiritual writer and former Zen Buddhist monk. He was for a time senior editor of, a position he left in 1996 in order to write and teach full time. He currently resides in Woodstock, NY, where he leads the Koans of the Bible Study Group.
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