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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, April ,16, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, April 16, 1974

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Son of Rosenbergs
seeks reopening of
pare nts' spy trial

RETURNS FILED:
Taxpayers set good
example for Nixon

(Continued from Page 1)
panied by a slide show, to inter-
ested groups around the country.
The slide show, presented yes-
terday, demonstrated how the de-
fendants w e r e allegedly fram-
ed by the government. It depicts
the history of the case-showing
apparent discrepancies in evidence
presented and what is now known
to be true.
Furthermore, Meeropol claimed,
the key assumption - that there
really was a secret about the
bomb-is very shaky. In a tape
that accompanied the slides, sev-
eral quotes from leading scientists
and President Franklin Roosevelt
indicate that the likelihood of such
a "secret" existing, unbeknowst
to the Soviets, was slim. '
THE SLIDE show asserted that
although evidence supporting the
defense kept turning up in the
In July 1973, The University Li-
braries contained 4,679,359 vol-
umes, catalogues and pamphlets.

Rosenberg trial, several attempts
to appeal the case failed.
Meeropol claimed that the case
was possibly lost by an inept de-
fense, but added that had there
been abperfect defense, "I don't
know if the Rosenbergs would have
won."
The defense, led by a constitu-
tional lawyer, instead of a trial
lawyer, "made a lot of bad mis-
takes," Meeropol noted: Failing to
cross examine witnesses that
later were shown to have lied, not
being thorough in the search for
evidence, and mistakes because of
their general lack-of knowledge of
the legal proceedings.
Meeropol added that the defense
lawyer was hired by the govern-
ment because no other lawyer
could be found who would take the
Rosenbergs case.
HE FURTHER claimed that the
whole Rosenberg incident closely
parallels the Watergate situation
because "the trial was supposed
to 'prove' that the government
was in danger of communist infil-
tration and that extraordinary
measures should be taken."
Meeropol related the string of at-
tempts by the Federal government
to put down supposedly Commu-
nistic factions of American society,
saying, "what happened with the
Rosenbergs is essentially the same
thing that happened with the liber-
als in the fifties, Martin Luther
King in the sixties, and now with
the Democratic party."

(Continued from Page 1)
they're allowing him to stay in of-
fice without really considering the
situation."
A DETROIT attorney and Uni-
versity grad, obviously excited
about getting himself in print, said,
"I've always hated that s.o.b. The
only Republican I ever voted for
was the Sewer and Drain Commis-
sioner, because that's where Re-
publicans belong."
"I think it's really bogue that
we have a deadline and he (Nixon)
files when he feels like it," said
Chuck Guregian about the 60-day
extension. "I can't see Richard
Nixon getting a penalty like the av-
erage citizen."
"He's living in a dream world,"
Guregian added. "He should be
impeached and put in prison. It's
about time he (Nixon) sees
America as other people see it."
A CHRYSLER Corp. employe,
the lone Nixon-supporter in the
crowd, said, "They're after his
hide. Nobody could be that stupid
or that wrong to do something like
that willfully. I don't think he's
committed a crime. Someone is
out to crucify him."
In 1972 the average age of Uni-
versity undergraduates was 20.1.
It was 27.8 for graduate students.

Several taxpayers directed their
comments to members of the
World Peace Tax Fund Act steer-
ing committee, who were passing
out leaflets and copies of a pro-
posed bill which would give per-
sons a legal alternative to paying
taxes for military purposes.
The bill would allow taxpayers
to contribute that portion of their
taxes usually allocated to defense
to peace research and projects.
"SOMEONE HAS to secure world
freedom," one man mumbled as
he handed back the leaflet.
One of the leafletters, Frances
Eliot, said, "Most of the comments
about the World Peace Tax Fund
have been favorable. A few people
have even asked if they can nake
donations."
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