THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Wednesday, February 7, 1973
Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday1 February 7, 1973
Judge, attorney come near to
blows outside Det. courtroom
PIRGIM lacks funds
DETROIT (UPI)-A judge who
has accused police officers of
brutality and an attorney for the
policemen's union exchanged angry
words "nose to nose" and nearly
came to blows yesterday in a
Recorder's Court Judge James
Del Rio and Norman L. Lippitt,
attorney for the Detroit Police
O f f i c e r s Association (DPOA),
challenged one another to a fight
outside Del Rio's court chambers.
Both. men confirm that they
nearly fought but each gives his
own version of the incident, fixing
the blame on the other.
"I was threatened by the attor-
ney for the Detroit police in the
presence of Jay Nolan, a chief
assistant county prosecutor," Del
"I then removed my robe and
my gun and handed it to Nolan
and told him (Lippitt) that if he
would like to carry out his threat
we wouldn't have to go outside
the courtroom. We were only four
or five feet from the judge's cham-
bers and I said I would accommo-
date him there," Del Rio said.
Lippitt said Del Rio, after order-
ing him and others out of the
courtroom where hewas hearing
a narcotics case, and where the
defense charged police brutality,
joined the group in the hallway
during a recess ordered by Del
"He said he had been a state
representative for eight years and
that he was aware of police offi-
cers beating up citizens and that
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the days of police beatings of cit-
izens were over," Lippitt said.
"He said I can't represent or
defend police officers who beat
"I responded by saying I'll rep-
resent anyone who retains me.
"Then he said 'someday some-
one is going to wipe that smirk
off your face.'
"I responded by asking if he was
going to be the one to do it. He
said he was going to be the one.
"I indicated that he was smaller
but if he wanted to go outside,
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local PIRGIM volunteer.
According to Tower, the cut inj
full-time staff will result in less
projects being processed through'
the Lansing office. "The ultimate
result has to be that there will be
less projects this year," he said.
The actual work on the projects
will not be severely effected, he
commented, because most of the
actual research on projects is done
by student volunteers.
Joe Tuchinsky, executive direc-
tor of PIRGIM, described the na-
ture of the fall off. "As in several
other schools where we had not
previously held winter collections,
we were overly optimistic in our
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"It's a multi-faceted situation,''
he continued. "Some support fell
off because people were disillu-
sioned and thought the changes we
would work for would be much
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selves directly with the agree-
ment" that ended the fighting.
Press officer Charles Bray did
not list those nations specifically.
But Kissinger said two weeks ago
that outcome of peace in Vietnam
depends largely on the coopera-
tion of the Soviet Union and China.
In addition to the three major
powers, the conference is to be at-
tended by the four nations involv-
ed in the International Control
Commission - Canada, Indonesia,
Poland and Hungary - as well as
France, Great Britain, both Viet-
nams and the Viet Cong. U. N.
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In other developments, U. S. and
North Vietnamese officials have
agreed on the first stage of the
American minesweeping opera-
tions that will eventually reopen
Haiphong and other ports sealed
off since last May.
According to the defense de-
partment, American minesweep-
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ing for the task, but there was no
word on when work would start.
Talks opened in Haiphong be-
tween a U. S. Navy team led by
Rear Adm. Brian McCauley and
the North Vietnamese on proce-
dures for clearing the mines.
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