Police hope CMA's 'huge reward' smokes out murderer

November 1998
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;11/17/98, Vol. 159 Issue 10, p1235
Academic Journal
Reports that the Canadian Medical Association (CMA) posted a $250,000 reward for the sniper who has been targeting physicians in Canada and the United States. Views of Ian White, former president of the Manitoba Medical Association; Concerns about the potential for workplace violence; Murder of Barnett Slepian on October 23, 1998; Media coverage of the reward.


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