THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Wednesday, January 17, 1,973
Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, January 17, 1973
Watergate defense to center on
By AP and Reuters James McCord, Jr. - the for-
WASHINGTON - The defense mer security chief for President
attorney for one of the two re- Nixon's re-election campaign -
maining defendants in the Wat- began demonstrating, this line of
ergate bugging trial said yester- defense by questioning a wit-
day he will attempt to show the ness closely about whether he
break-in and bugging was moti- had seen any members of var-
vated by concern that potential- ious anti-war groups in the cam-
ly dangerous groups planned vio- paign headquarters of Democrat
lence to Republican officials, in- George McGovern.
cluding President Nixon. McCord and former Nixon aide
Gerald Alch, attorney for Gordon Liddy are the two de-
U.. invited to aid
Soviet moon probe
By Reuters agencies in the experiment was
It was announced in Paris yes- in part issued because bad weather
terday that the United States has might hinder the other two coun-
been invited to join in an experi- tries' efforts.
ment involving the current Rus- The experiment is designed to
sian moon probe. provide precise data for measuring
The probe, moon buggy Lunok- the orbit of the moon and its vari-
hod 2, was landed softly on the ations as well as movements of the
moon by Luna 21 yesterday, and poles of the earth, the French cen-
is designed to continue the moon ter said.
explorations of its predecessor, The Sea of Serenity landing site
Lunokhod 1. of Lunokhod 2 is not far from
According to 'the French Center wferunthodU. sAot om
for Space Studies, telegrams were nwhere the U. S. Apollo 17 mission
sent to two U. S. observatories, landed last month.
asking them to take part in a pro- When Lunokhod 2, controlled by
gram of making laser measure- television and remote control from
ments of distances between the somewhere inside the Soviet Un-
earth and the moon by bouncing ion, landed; the craft contained
beams off a French-made reflec- a Soviet flag, Lenin's portrait, and
tor on Lunokhod 2. a Soviet coat of arms bearing the
The invitation for the United inscription "50 years of the Soviet
States to join French and Russian Union."
fendants remaining after five
others of the original Watergate
Seven pleaded guilty on all
With the guilty pleas for the
five already filed, it appeared
that chances. for publication of
the full facts of the eavesdrop-
ping case are growing dimmer.
In the last week, the scope of
the trial has grown significantly
smaller, because of the elimina-
tion of some witnesses whose evi-
dence would only have been rele-
vant in the prosecution of those
involved who pleaded guilty and
are thus no longer defendants.
Meanwhile, however, another
investigation of the controversial
affair is pending. Senate Demo-
crats yesterday moved to re-
quest that all documents and re-
cords bearing on the Watergate
case be "retained and recover-
ed," in anticipation of the Senate
probe of the issue.
Senate hearing will not begin
until the criminal trial is over,
and Democratic Leader Mike
Mansfield (D-Mont) said yester-
day the hearings will probably
be expanded to include other
cases of alleged political espio-
nage, and to include discussion
of the dossiers on candidates for
Congress that were maintained
by the FBI until last year.
The criminal proceedings yes-
terday included Alch's cross-ex-
amination of Thomas Gregory,
a 2-year-Old Brigham Young
University student who said he
was planted to spy in the head-
quarters of McGovern and Sen.
Edmund Muskie (D-Maine), as
well as testimony from police
and security guards present at
the arrests last June.
Alch, in describing his defense
to news reporters, said outside
the courtroom that "If one is un-
der a reasonable apprehension-
regardless of whether that ap-
prehension is in fact correct -
he is justified in breaking a law
to avoid greater harm; which in
this case would include violence
against Republican officials, in-
cluding the President."
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