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WASHINGTON ('P) - A fed-
eral appeals court judge yester-
day temporarily blocked the re-
lease of Army Lt. William Gal-
ley who had been ordered freed
by a lower court judge in re-
versing Galley's conviction for
murder in the My Lai massacre.
Chief Judge John Brown of
the U. 5. 5th Circuit Court of
Appeals in New Orleans granted
a stay of the lower court order
until Monday to allow the Army
time to present a written motion
or a 15-day stay.
scale appeal of Elliott's order.
EARLIER, Galley had been
preparing to leave confinement.
A spokesman at the Ft. Leav-
enworth disciplinary barracks
said Galley had chosen a plaid
shirt and a pair of slacks for his
return to freedom and the only
thing left was for the Army to
authorize his release.
In Washington Bark said only
that he woul eore wih Pen-
of a stay of Elliott's order.
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auhoizd heAry o ee attorneys criticized the Army
the 15-day delay to allow time fordrt refus toobey. Elit'
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cide whether to appeal Wednes- "I' NONGmreta
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Columbudg, Ga et lioto neth Henson of the Army's ef-
Columbs, Gaforts to keep Galley behind
Elliott had ruled that Galley's bars. Within hours of Elliott's
constitutional rights to a fair ruling, the Army announced it
trial were Violatedaduring te woud seek a stay of the de-
resulted in Galley's conviction Elliott's 132-page decision
and sentence of life imprison- marked a significant legal vic-
ment later reduced to 10 years. tory. for the boyish-looking for-
After Elliott denied an Army mer platoon leader, but it was
request that he stay his own still uncertain when he will gain
order, Solicitor General Rob- release from the military prison
ert Bork authorized the Army where he is serving the remain-
to seek a delay from the Court der of a 10-year sentence.
of Appeals. Bork's decision stop- Henson said Galley has been
ped short of authorizing a full- processed by Ft. Leavenworth
___________ ____-authorities and is ready to de-
~part. 'He wants to return home
" and regain a private life," he
an o QUIsaid.
SMOKINO? IT WAS EXPECTED that the
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Hlenson said the Army has
displayed arrogance "through-
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so far as the Galley case, has
tunnel vision it can only see
GALLEY, 31, was convicted
in March 1971 for the" murder
rf 22 South Vietnamese civil-
ians while acting as a platoon
leader in the Americal Division.
He served three years under
house arrest at his bachelor
apartment at Ft. Benning, Ga.
until Elliott freed him on bail
last Feb. 1. He remained free
until June 26, when Elliott took
his appeal under advisement.
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legal steps to return him to
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