The couple was married in a small ceremony in Jerusalem, after Popper was granted a prison furlough.
Democrats said the campaign has emphasized the case of a black prisoner who raped a white woman while he was on prison furlough.
The entrepreneurial Penguin often fences stolen property or arranges early prison furloughs - for a hefty fee, of course.
Voters are right to be disgusted at a campaign that focuses on prison furloughs when the United States faces critical economic problems.
Women's rights advocates question the suitability of spouse abusers for any prison furloughs.
The recent Presidential campaign carried the crime issue to ugly extremes, like passionate support of capital punishment and exaggerated outrage over prison furloughs.
Impatience with constitutional restraints on police is just as irrelevant as the debate over capital punishment or prison furloughs.
Mrs. Nepa moved into the Stamatelos's house in October after she qualified for prison furlough.
Guney himself took advantage of a prison furlough in 1981 to escape, and he made his home in France until his death.
He also faced criticism from Democrats for picking issues, such as prison furloughs and the Pledge of Allegiance, that seemed less than "Presidential."