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Ex-School Volunteer Acquitted of Child Abuse Charges Verdict: After deliberating for just seven hours, jury finds Dale Akiki not guilty on all 35 counts. Trial was longest in San Diego's history.
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Los Angeles Times (pre-1997 Fulltext) - Los Angeles, Calif.
Author: Granberry, Michael
Date: Nov 20, 1993
Start Page: 29
Section: PART-A; Metro Desk
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Nearly 170 witnesses testified during [Dale Akiki]'s trial-the longest in San Diego history-which ended after only seven hours of jury deliberation. "I just want to go home, I just want to go home," Akiki said in leaving San Diego County Jail.

Several on the panel sided with Akiki's attorneys, public defenders Kathleen Coyne and Susan Clemens, who tried to show that Akiki's alleged victims-nine boys and girls between the ages of 3 and 5-had been systematically brainwashed by parents and therapists.

Hopkins is one of many calling for the ouster of Dist. Atty. Ed Miller, whom critics accuse of succumbing to the wishes of one of the city's most prominent businessmen in trying Akiki.

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