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Friday, NovpmbO 1, 1574

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Fr id~y, November 1, 1 ~74 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Pose Seven

Hostage questions
police rescue plan
THE HAGUE, Netherlands (P rilla and give them a plan
"We wanted to frighten the con- fly them out of the country
victs to hell," a police spokes- They freed four children
man said of the blinding gre- woman and two men in
nade and gunfire assault yes- first days of the siege,
terday that overpowered four authorities said at no tim
armed convicts and freed 15 they consider giving in to
hostages unharmed from a convicts' demands. Thed 1
Dutch prison chapel. leased yesterday included
But one of the hostages, the priest, an organist, two p
Rev. Antonis de Bot, said ,"the guards, two women and
convicts as well as the anthori-I male members of a volurt
ties played with ottr lives," andI choir. Police said they wer
that his cantors had chosen him "surprisingly good conditio
to be the "first victim."
HOWEVER, he also said there THE ASSAULT on the ch
was "a feeling of mutual sinder- in the Scheveningen Prison
standing andasvmnathysbetwen staged by 32 Dutch marines
the convicts and the hostages," was timed down to the
and that some of the children second.
released earlier wrote post seShortly before 4 a.m.,a
cards to one of the gunmen, man assault squad in b
addressing him as "Dear proof vests approached
Daan." chapel along a corridor
The convicts staged the siege: cleared five steps leadingc
during a Roman Catholic Mass to the metal doors.
last Saturday night, and an Using acetylene torches,
official said the government in- cut through the doors i
tended "making damned sure" seconds and then broke thr
they didn't act again. doothrs chamberbehind
The 15-minute operation was'dos
meticulously planned by ar Figuring the convicts w
"crisis center" drawing on the: realize what was happenin
services of psychologists, psy- ter six or seven seconds
chiatrists, sociologists and se- marines outside the ch
curity men. hurled harmless but blin
THE OBJECTIVE was to magnesium grenades thn
spread maximum alarm and the windows to distract the
disorder in the crucial first;men.
seconds of the raid, and the
center's director said the plan Since '72, New
called for killing the gunmen Direct Relief Policy
if they offered resistance. ACTIONS SPEAK .
The gunmen, including a Pal- FOJT IK
estinian guerrilla, initially grab-
bed 22 hostages, and demanded NOV. 5-Democrat-DIST.
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