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August 04, 1978 - Image 57

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-08-04

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THE,DUROITIVIISH.NBVS-

An Appeal to Human Reason in Behalf of Shcharansky

An appeal on behalf of
Soviet prisoner of consci-
ence Anatoly Shcharansky
was made by the man who
would have defended him if
Soviet authorities would
have permitted it.
Harvard Law Professor
Alan Dershowitz said this
week that he had renewed
his request to represent
Shcharansky before the
Soviet Court of Appeals.
He said Shcharansky
I "was the voice of the Jewish
refuseniks — those whose
requests to emigrate from
the Soviet Union had not
been granted — to the out-
side world. His every act
was out in the open: it was
his purpose to let Soviet au-
thorities know that his
voice — the articulate

translation of thousands of
other resufenik voices —
was being listened to ab-
road. He did nothing in sec-
ret: that was neither his
method nor his purpose.
"If the charges were not so
serious, they would be comic
indeed. Imagine how in-
competent an American in-
telligence agency would
have to be to have engaged
someone like Shcharansky
as a spy. His phone obvi-
ously tapped, his every
movement openly surveyed,
his roommate a KGB plant,
Shcharansky was the worst
possible candidate for the
espionage game.
"Imagine how incompe-
tent the Soviet counteres-
pionage apparatus would
have to be to have let some-
one like Shcharansky have
access to military secrets.

about the fact that
Shcharansky turned it over
to Toth. Shcharansky was
always identified by name
in the press reports as the
source of the information.
Are these the actions ofa
secret spy trying to conceal
his relationship to the
press?

ALAN DERSHOWITZ

technology from the Un-
ited States, under an as-
surance — made binding
by American law — that
this technology will
never be put to any direct
or indirect military use.

Right In Your
"Shcharansky did have
own Driveway! access
to computer
"The prosecutor has made
technology, since that much of the information
was the field in which he that Shcharansky gave to
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had •worked several Robert Toth, the reporter
A
THE years
earlier. But the for the Los Angeles Times.
Soviet Union imports vir- But there was nothing sec-
. . TUNE tually
all of its computer ret about the information or
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"Each such refusenik had
received a notification from
Soviet authorities and each
was free, under Soviet law,
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"And what was the na-
ture of the information he
turned over to Toth? It was
simply the names and
places of occupation of re-
fuseniks whose emigration
requests had been turned
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Friday, August 4,. 1918

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NEW YORK (JTA) —
Chaim Herzog, Israel's Am-
bassador to the United Na-
tions since 1975, has com-
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wife, Ora, and their two
children.

Herzog said that he in-
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dition, to write books and
articles.

Herzog's successor, Prof.
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