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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, March 14, 1975

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, Marc!, 14, 1975

Files kept on
dissidents?

WASHINGTON (R) - Leaders
of political demonstrations may
be included in files kept on
some 47,000 persons considered
to be a potential threat to the
President and other high rank-
ing officials, the director of the
Secret Service said yesterday.
However David MacDonald,
head of the service and an as-
sistant secretary of the Treas-
ury, assured members of' a
House government operations
subcommittee that Secret Serv-
ice files "are not created to
list political dissidents nor are
political dissidents included in
it simply because they are poli-
tical dissidents."
ONLY "PEOPLE who come
to our attention as a result of
some disruptive activity," are
included in the so-called protec-
tive intelligence files, assistant
director Thomas Kelley added.
Asked by the subcommittee
head, Rep. Bella Abzug, (D-
.Y.), if Quakers who had prac-
ticed civil disobedience in pro-
test against the Vietnam war
would be included in the files'
Kelley replied that "the leaders
of that demonstration might well
be on the list."
According to Rep. Abzug, the
subcommittee staff had submit-
ted a list of 20 randomly select-
ed "household names," assoc-
iated with the antiwar move-
ment and found that the Secret
Service maintained files on each
of them.'
"YOUR CRITERIA are loose
and I think quite harmful to
constitutional privacy rights,"

she told MacDonald.
MacDonald said only 300 of
the 47,000 persons are kept un-
der surveillance as active
threats to the safety of the
President. The remainder, he
said, are considered to be cap-
able of interfering with the
normal functions of the Presi-
dent's office.
"Thus," MacDonald said,
"persons who lie down in the
White House or make an un-
announced impromptu speech at
a formal state dinner attacking
a visiting foreign chief of state
might well be included in the
list."
Other than the 300 thought to
be active threats, MacDonald
said that the only effect of be-
ing on the list is that "the in-
dividual will be screened from
gatherings in which the Presi-
dent intends to be."
Testimony showed that the
files contain information ob-
tained from police, hospital, em-
ployment and educational re-
cords as well as from inter-
views with friends and relatives.
In addition to the President
and his family, the Secret Serv-
ice protects the vice president,
secretary of state, treasury sec-
retary, major political candi-
dates and visiting heads of state.

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ergy and the Food System," 182 Interviewing on campus:
P&A, 3 pm; Ralph Nader, "Corpor- Mon., Mar. 24 Thurs., Mar. 27:
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Hill Aud., 1 pm; Ron Dellums, US Mar. 25: Davey Tree Expert Co.,
rep., Berkeley, Maryanne Mahaffey, Prudential Ins., MI PSRO Support
councilwoman, Detroit, and Jim Ctr., (Component of Mich. St. Med.
Hightower, "Politics, Poverty and Society) & Frank Clark & Associ-
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pm. Interviews: Register in Person or
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