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Page Ten

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, October 10, 1969

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CIA BOMBING CASE:
FBI holds-interstate search
for missing White Panther

Policeman testifies
in Chicago 8' trial

CHICAGO R)-A policeman who f
posed during the Democratic Na-j

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"We want to thank them for let-
ting Pun get away," said G e n i e
Plamondon, Pun's wife.
Co-defendant Forrest was ar-
rested Wednesday immediately
after the indictment was issued
as nine FBI agents broke into his
home in Detroit. Forrest said he
was bed-ridden with a broken leg
at the moment of the raid.
He was later released on $2500
bond.
Sinclair is now serving a 9?-10
year term in the state prison at
Marquette for possessing two mar-
ijuana cigarettes. The Panther
leader is reportedly scheduled to
be arraigned in Detroit on t h e
conspiracy charge Monday.
"We're calling upon every per-
son in Michigan who sympathizesI
Assessment
plan drafted
(Continued from Page i
a $5 rolling assessment w h i c h
would be refunded when the stu-
dent or fee member left the Uni-
versity;
-Holding a University-wide re-'
ferendum sponsored by Student
Government Council but conduct-
ed in the individual schools and
colleges on the question of t h e
iolling assessment;
-Creating a bookstore controll-
ing board composed of six s t u-
dents, three faculty members and
a non-voting administrator; and
-Possible amalgamation of the
bookstore and SGC's discount
store.
"If accepted by the Regents,
this plan should be implemented
by Sept. '70 or Jan. '71," said
Neff.
Fleming agreed earlier this veek
to place the bookstore issue on
the agenda of next week's Re-
gents meeting. But there has been
no official word from either t h e
administration or the Regents on
their views of the plan.
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with political prisoners to show "John got up and said, 'Man, tional Convention as Yippie leader
up at the federal courthouse on I've got enough charges agaisntyJery that adgartesticd
Monday in support of John," said me', and walked out," Forrest yesterday that an article which
Kelley recounted. appeared under his byline in a
detective magazine concerning his
"It would be fantastic to see Forrest also denied the charges activities that week contained
John and to instill him with more against himself. "Valler's just many inaccuracies.
faith in the cause," he added. an egotist. He's trying to get John T
At that time, the Panthers will because John tells the truth, and unde licent aholRobert f cros-o
hold a press conference to make anybody who tells the truth in thisuentanda oftrnsto
public their stand in support of country goes to jail," he said. te tand today for more qt etion
those indicted. Forrest said the federal indict- by attorneys defending eight men
dictent wa reortedly obtained ment was the latest incident in charged with conspiring to incite
.wo oover a year of "repeated harrass- riots during the 1968 convention.
from Detroit resident David Val- ment" from the police, adding that He was asked by William M
ler., who was closely associated h wsknwea Ypwao- u stldeeskeattileyiabout
with the Panthers in Detroit be- h a nw saYpi r uslr ees tony bu
f th t thpsnon a charge ganizer for the 1968 Democratic an article which appeared under
fore gohigeto pron chg venl id his byline in the December 1968
of marijuana possession.
Vallei', currently serving a 7- Forrest said he came to know! issue of Official Detective maga-
10 year term in Jackson, was Valler when the two were held zine.
named as a co-conspirator in the briefly in the Wayne County jail "It was an article for which I
indictment but was not criminally several months ago in connection signed the release of a byline. It
charged. with six bombings that occurred was not written by me," Pierson
Detroit District Attorney Robert in Detroit last year. said. He added that the magazine

At one point Hoffman excused
the jury and said to Kunstler, re-
ferring to his line of questioning:
"I regard that as unprofessional
conduct and I want that on the
record."
Kunstlei had been questioning
Pierson about previous statements
and testimony he had given con-
cerning his undercoverwoik duir-
ing convention week, including a
report prepared for' his superiors,
testimony before the grand jury
which indicted the eight defend-
ants and an interview by an FBI
agent.
In his testimony Wednesday,.
Pierson quoted Rubin as having
said: "We should isolate one or
two pigs (police) and kill them."
The Chicago Eight tirial is the
first court test of an antiriot piro-
vision of the 1968 Civil Rights Act.
Schilling wins
Fajans aivard
Dr. Jesse W. Schilling will re-
ceive the 1969 Fajans Award on
'Tuesday, Oct. 7, for the best doc-
toral thesis in chemistry presented
at the University in the past two'
years.
Schilling, who is n o w a post-
doctoral research associate in the
department of chemistry, won the
biennial award for his dissertation
describing new X-ray diffraction
methods used to study crystal
structures, and applying the pro-
cedures to two complex organic
compounds.

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Grace declined comment yester-
day when asked if he intended toj
put Valler on the stand as a wit-
ness for the prosecution of the
Panthers.
Interviewed at his home last
night, Forrest reaffirmed specu-
lation by Panthers that Valler
was trying for a parole by im-
plicating Panthers in the CIA
bombing.
"Of course he's copping a parole
plea," Forrest said. "The insinua-
tion that John Sinclair is involv-
ed in this is ridiculous," he add-
ed.
Forrest said he recalled a con-
versation between him, Sinclair,
and Valler last year in which
Sinclair left the room at Valler's
first mention of bombing.

Plamondon told friends 1 a s t
week he would probably leave the
country if jail appeared imminent
because of charges against him
for marijuana possession.
Grace commented that if Pla-
mondon were arrested in a fore-
ign country, he would not neces-
sarily he subject to further fed-

had sent him a list of about 24
questions and he had sent back
answers.
Under questioning by Kunstler,
Pierson said "many things were
inaccurate" in the resulting story.
"I found many things in it I had
not told them," he said.

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Kunstler's cross-examination of
eral charges, since he was nevers
arraigned in the conspiracy case. Pierson was punctuated by numer-
Minister Taube said the n e w ous objections by U.S. Atty.
federal indictment will hinder Thomas A. Foran and his assist-
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"John's lawyers had intended to Julius J. Hoffman of U.S. District{
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be very little chance," he said.

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