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1) U.S. soldiers pass by a student who demands withdrawal of U.S. military from South Korea outside the Yongsan U.S. Base in Seoul Friday, Sept. 13, 1996. An American serviceman, Pvt. Eric Munnich of Chicago, has been accused of murdering a prostitute who was found dead Sept. 7 in her boarding house near U.S. military base in Tongduchon, 50km (80miles) north of Seoul. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)
2) A student holds a portrait of Lee Ki-sun during a rally demanding withdrawal of the American military and condemning crimes involving U.S. soldiers in front of the U.S. military base Camp Casey, 50 kilometers (31 miles), north of Seoul, Saturday, Sept. 14, 1996. Lee, a 44-year-old prostitute, was killed by Pvt. Eric Munnich of Chicago, last Saturday in a dispute over the price of her service, the U.S. military command said. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)
3) American-Korean nun Moon Hyei-hyun is pushed back by police officers when she tried to deliver a protest letter to the U.S. Embassy in Seoul, denouncing the U.S. soldiers’ crimes in Korea, Wednesday, Sept. 18, 1996. One prostitute was killed by Pvt. Eric Munnich from Chicago on Sept. 7. (AP Photo/Yun Jai-hyoung)
4) A protester, holding a portrait of South Korean prostitute Lee Ki-sun who was killed by Pvt. Eric Munnich from Chicago, shouts slogans during an anti-U.S. protest in front of the U.S. embassy in Seoul Wednesday, Sept. 18, 1996. Banner says “Restore National Independence.” (AP Photo/Yun Jai-hyoung)

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1) U.S. soldiers pass by a student who demands withdrawal of U.S. military from South Korea outside the Yongsan U.S. Base in Seoul Friday, Sept. 13, 1996. An American serviceman, Pvt. Eric Munnich of Chicago, has been accused of murdering a prostitute who was found dead Sept. 7 in her boarding house near U.S. military base in Tongduchon, 50km (80miles) north of Seoul. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)
2) A student holds a portrait of Lee Ki-sun during a rally demanding withdrawal of the American military and condemning crimes involving U.S. soldiers in front of the U.S. military base Camp Casey, 50 kilometers (31 miles), north of Seoul, Saturday, Sept. 14, 1996. Lee, a 44-year-old prostitute, was killed by Pvt. Eric Munnich of Chicago, last Saturday in a dispute over the price of her service, the U.S. military command said. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)
3) American-Korean nun Moon Hyei-hyun is pushed back by police officers when she tried to deliver a protest letter to the U.S. Embassy in Seoul, denouncing the U.S. soldiers’ crimes in Korea, Wednesday, Sept. 18, 1996. One prostitute was killed by Pvt. Eric Munnich from Chicago on Sept. 7. (AP Photo/Yun Jai-hyoung)
4) A protester, holding a portrait of South Korean prostitute Lee Ki-sun who was killed by Pvt. Eric Munnich from Chicago, shouts slogans during an anti-U.S. protest in front of the U.S. embassy in Seoul Wednesday, Sept. 18, 1996. Banner says “Restore National Independence.” (AP Photo/Yun Jai-hyoung)

These photos 

1) U.S. soldiers pass by a student who demands withdrawal of U.S. military from South Korea outside the Yongsan U.S. Base in Seoul Friday, Sept. 13, 1996. An American serviceman, Pvt. Eric Munnich of Chicago, has been accused of murdering a prostitute who was found dead Sept. 7 in her boarding house near U.S. military base in Tongduchon, 50km (80miles) north of Seoul. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)
2) A student holds a portrait of Lee Ki-sun during a rally demanding withdrawal of the American military and condemning crimes involving U.S. soldiers in front of the U.S. military base Camp Casey, 50 kilometers (31 miles), north of Seoul, Saturday, Sept. 14, 1996. Lee, a 44-year-old prostitute, was killed by Pvt. Eric Munnich of Chicago, last Saturday in a dispute over the price of her service, the U.S. military command said. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)
3) American-Korean nun Moon Hyei-hyun is pushed back by police officers when she tried to deliver a protest letter to the U.S. Embassy in Seoul, denouncing the U.S. soldiers’ crimes in Korea, Wednesday, Sept. 18, 1996. One prostitute was killed by Pvt. Eric Munnich from Chicago on Sept. 7. (AP Photo/Yun Jai-hyoung)
4) A protester, holding a portrait of South Korean prostitute Lee Ki-sun who was killed by Pvt. Eric Munnich from Chicago, shouts slogans during an anti-U.S. protest in front of the U.S. embassy in Seoul Wednesday, Sept. 18, 1996. Banner says “Restore National Independence.” (AP Photo/Yun Jai-hyoung)

These photos 

1) U.S. soldiers pass by a student who demands withdrawal of U.S. military from South Korea outside the Yongsan U.S. Base in Seoul Friday, Sept. 13, 1996. An American serviceman, Pvt. Eric Munnich of Chicago, has been accused of murdering a prostitute who was found dead Sept. 7 in her boarding house near U.S. military base in Tongduchon, 50km (80miles) north of Seoul. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)
2) A student holds a portrait of Lee Ki-sun during a rally demanding withdrawal of the American military and condemning crimes involving U.S. soldiers in front of the U.S. military base Camp Casey, 50 kilometers (31 miles), north of Seoul, Saturday, Sept. 14, 1996. Lee, a 44-year-old prostitute, was killed by Pvt. Eric Munnich of Chicago, last Saturday in a dispute over the price of her service, the U.S. military command said. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)
3) American-Korean nun Moon Hyei-hyun is pushed back by police officers when she tried to deliver a protest letter to the U.S. Embassy in Seoul, denouncing the U.S. soldiers’ crimes in Korea, Wednesday, Sept. 18, 1996. One prostitute was killed by Pvt. Eric Munnich from Chicago on Sept. 7. (AP Photo/Yun Jai-hyoung)
4) A protester, holding a portrait of South Korean prostitute Lee Ki-sun who was killed by Pvt. Eric Munnich from Chicago, shouts slogans during an anti-U.S. protest in front of the U.S. embassy in Seoul Wednesday, Sept. 18, 1996. Banner says “Restore National Independence.” (AP Photo/Yun Jai-hyoung)

These photos 

1) U.S. soldiers pass by a student who demands withdrawal of U.S. military from South Korea outside the Yongsan U.S. Base in Seoul Friday, Sept. 13, 1996. An American serviceman, Pvt. Eric Munnich of Chicago, has been accused of murdering a prostitute who was found dead Sept. 7 in her boarding house near U.S. military base in Tongduchon, 50km (80miles) north of Seoul. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)
2) A student holds a portrait of Lee Ki-sun during a rally demanding withdrawal of the American military and condemning crimes involving U.S. soldiers in front of the U.S. military base Camp Casey, 50 kilometers (31 miles), north of Seoul, Saturday, Sept. 14, 1996. Lee, a 44-year-old prostitute, was killed by Pvt. Eric Munnich of Chicago, last Saturday in a dispute over the price of her service, the U.S. military command said. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)
3) American-Korean nun Moon Hyei-hyun is pushed back by police officers when she tried to deliver a protest letter to the U.S. Embassy in Seoul, denouncing the U.S. soldiers’ crimes in Korea, Wednesday, Sept. 18, 1996. One prostitute was killed by Pvt. Eric Munnich from Chicago on Sept. 7. (AP Photo/Yun Jai-hyoung)
4) A protester, holding a portrait of South Korean prostitute Lee Ki-sun who was killed by Pvt. Eric Munnich from Chicago, shouts slogans during an anti-U.S. protest in front of the U.S. embassy in Seoul Wednesday, Sept. 18, 1996. Banner says “Restore National Independence.” (AP Photo/Yun Jai-hyoung)

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