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January 02, 1987 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-01-02

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Designs That Fit

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NEWS

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Mordechai Vanunu flashes a message written on the palm of his
hand as he was taken to court Dec. 21. The message appears to
mean that he was abducted by agents of Israel's secret service.

Vanunu Trial Opens
With Not Guilty' Plea

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Friday, January 2, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jerusalem (JTA) — Mor-
dechai Vanunu, the former
technician at the Dimona nu-
clear facility, pleaded not
guilty to charges of treason,
grave espionage and passing
information without
authorization, as his trial
opened officially in Jerusalem
District Court Sunday.
"He denied the facts in the
charge sheet," Vanunu's at-
torney, Aharon Zichroni, told
reporters after a 90-minute
closed session. The trial will
resume in six weeks. If con-
victed, Vanunu could face life
imprisonment.
The trial will be held in cam-
era and only the sentence will
be made public if the verdict is
guilty. The tightest security
was maintained to seclude
Vanunu from the media as he
was driven to court at 7:30 a.m.
local time Sunday. The
authorities took extreme
measures to avoid a repetition
of the incident of Dec. 21 when
Vanunu was brought to court
to be remanded in custody for
the duration of the trial.
At that time he managed to
flash .a message to the media,
printed on the palm of his
hand, alleging that he was
kidnapped in Rome on Sept. 30
by Israeli agents. This Sunday
morning, the windows of the
prison van were painted
opaque white and a blanket
was hung between the driver's
compartment and the rear of
the van to prevent anyone from
catching a glimpse of the pris-
oner.
A person, presumably Van-
unu, was taken from the rear of
the van with a sack over his
head and his body concealed
partially by an umbrella held
by a guard.
Vanunu is accused of pass-
ing information to a British

newspaper alleging that Israel
has been building an arsenal of
nuclear weapons for 20 years.
An additional charge may be
pressed against him for at-
tempting to communicate with
the press last week. Police
were investigating the inci-
dent to determine whether
there are grounds for an in-
dictment.

Tighter Security
After Murder

New York (JTA) — The
murder of 16-year-old yeshiva
student Chaim Weiss in his
dormitory room at the Ibrah
High School of Long Beach
on November 1 remains un-
solved. But Jewish schools in
the region are installing
alarms and new locks and
otherwise improviig security,
it was reported last week.
The Board of Jewish
Education of Greater New
York, working with police
departments in the metro-
politan area, has arranged
free security evaluation pro-
grams for the nearly 600
yeshivas and school programs
under its aegis. Police officers
are inspecting school build-
ings and facilities to detect
weak security points.
Nassau County Police,
meanwhile, continue to in-
vestigate the crime. Accord-
ing to Inspector Kenneth
Carey, coordinator of the
County's bias investigation
unit, the murder of Weiss has
not been determined to have
had an anti-Semitic motive.
Nevertheless, that is one of
several possible motives be-
ing considered.

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