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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, March 28, 1973

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RECALLED TODAY
Hunt testifies for
hour before jury

Plamondon, Blazier
to argue bond plea

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WASHINGTON AP)-- E. Howard
Hunt, one of the leaders of thei
Watergate break-in and bugging,4
testified before a grand jury yes-
terday for more than an hour.
Hunt, one of the five men who
pleaded guilty at the start of the,
Elections
go slowly
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Code states that C&R members
must be appointed by the LSA gov-
ernment, R a c k h a m, University
Housing Council, and other student
governments.
In other words, almost every de-
fendant has been heard during liti-
gation by C&R members not in his
college.
C&R consequently was stripped
of its judicial duties. With the num-
ber of litigations that usually arise
during an SGC election, litigation
has formed the bulk of C&R's
duties.
C&R may still, however, certify
the election and perform adminis-
trative duties.
CSJ Chairman Ron IIearv called
the case a "pretty clear" consti-
tutional violation.
He said C&R has a number of
options, suggesting that they per-
form only as an administrative'
body; form two bodies within C&R,
one administrative and the other
judicial; or appoint a separate
judicial body altogether.
Henry claims, the hearing was
essentially a more forceful continu-
ation of a hearing during the last
election, which was only advisory.
At that time, Henry agreed that
C&R was "too political to be an
effective judicial body."
The confusing C&R situation was
not corrected this election, said
Henry. "We had to order them to
straighten it out now."
SGC has yet to act on the CSJy
ruling. If they decide to make
C&R merely an administrative
body, however, the unending elec-7
tion litigations will fall entirely on
the shoulders 'of the appellate judi-;
cial body, CSJ.
"I can hardly wait," said Henry.

Watergate trial, will return for
more testimony before the jury to-'
day.
Although no word filtered out
from the jury room, the length of
Hunt's stay and his subsequent re-
call. indicated that he is answering;
questions, unlike his co-conspira-
tor G. Gordon Liddy.
Hunt, whose sentence hangs on
his cooperation with the grand;
jury, was led into the room in
handcuffs after .he and the four'
others who pleaded guilty made a
brief appearance in open court.
The hearing in the courtroom of
Chief District Court Judge John
Sirica was to arrange for their,
speedy appearance before the

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people of the state of Michigan that
this is a political prosecution.'
"The people who have commit-
ted extortion and the people who
have committed armed robbery
are the prosecutor's office," Davis
asserted. He said the state is ex-
torting the $200,000 in bond by hold-
ing Plamondon and Blazier "at'
gunpoint"-in jail.
Mazey called the bond ruling an
illegal use of preventive detention,
since, he claimed, there is no rea-
son to expect the two defendants
would commit violent crime if they
were released on bail.
"I doubt the. prosecution serious-
ly contends that they will win this
case," Mazey said. "If they are to
get their pound of flesh it has to
be before the trial takes place or
they'll get none at all."
Davis claimed State Attorney
General Frank Kelley has taken
jurisdiction in the case fearing that
"the political force of the Rainbow ;
People's Party is h danger to the,
people of Michigan."

However, John Wilson, the assist-
ant attorney general in charge of
the case, said the attorney gen-
eral's office entered the case be-
cause Benzie County, where the
trial will take place, has no full-
time prosecutor.
Wilson would not comment when
asked why such a high bond had
been sought for Plamondon and
Blazier.
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grand jury.
Hunt's attorney, William
man and the lawyers for the
fovr offered no objection to
clients' testimony.

Bitt-
other
their

Liddy pleaded his constitutional
rights against self-incrimination'
and his attorney - client relation-;
ship with Hunt Monday in refusing
to answer more than 30 questions.
James McCord Jr., who was con-I
victed with Liddy after a four-week'
trial, has charged there was politi-
cal pressure to force the defend-,
awts to plead guilty and remain'
silent.
"There was no political pressure
whatsoever to induce Mr. Hunt to
plead guilty," Bittman told news-
men. He was asked about pub-
lished reports that Hunt persuad-
ed the other four defendants, all
Cubans from Miami, to follow his
lead in the builty plea and re-
plied: "I am confident Mr. Hunt
put no pressure on the Cubans to
plead guilty." The chief prosecutor
of the Watergate defendants 'said
Tuesday he had offered on two
occasions to reduce charges against
McCord in return for information
about the scope of the political es-I
pionage.
Meanwhile two Senate Republi-
can leaders said they hope Presi-
dent Nixon will reverse himself
and let his lawyer John Dean III
testify at the Senate's investigation
of the Watergate incident.
Sens. John Tower (R-Tex.) and.
Norris Cotton (R-N.H.) spoke out
the same day the top Democrat
and Republican on a congressional
subcommittee asked Nixon to per-
mit Dean to testify under strict
ground rules at hearings on execu-
tive privilege. Tower, who is chair-
man of the Senate Gop Policy Com-
mittee, told newsmen "It's in the
best interest of the White House
that the whole thing be barred and
cleaned up."

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