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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, October 26, 1972

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Hanrahan acquitted of
Panther raid conspiracyC
CHICAGO (R) - Illinois S t a t e Hanrahan and the others were conspiracy by the defendants to ob-
Attorney Edward Hanrahan and 13 charged with conspiracy to ob- struct justice. After a thorough re-
codefendants were acquitted yes- struct justice by altering evidence view and careful analysis, a
terday of charges stemming from a after a weapons raid Dec. 9, 1969 judgment of acquittal is enteredj
1969 police raid in which two Black in which Fred Hampton, 20, de- as to each defendant."
Panther leaders were slain. puty chairman of the Illinois Pan- In Oakland, Caif., Black Pan-
Chicago Mayor Richard Daley, I ther Party, and Mark Clark, 21, a ther party chairman Bobby Seale
who dropped Hanrahan from t h e Panther leader from Peoria, were said Hanrahan's acquittal "is like
Democratic party ticket for the killed. murder. Now the judicial system
Nov. 7 election, said at a news The raid was conducted on a conspires along with Hanrahan and
conference yesterday that dropping West Side apartment by 14 police- his 13 henchmen for the murder
Hanrahan "was just a mistake" men assigned to Hanrahan's of- they have committed."
and that his acquittal will be a fice. Nineteen weapons and more
"tremendous help" at the polls. than 1,000 rounds of ammunition
were seized. The Michigan Daily, edited and man-.
aged by students at the University of
j Circuit Court Judge Philip Ro- Michigan. News phone: 764-0562. Second
M ore rio s miti, ruling on a defense motion Class postage paid at Ann Arbor, Mich-
igan 420 Maynard Street, Ann Arbor,
for a directed verdict of acquittal, ,Michigan 48104. Published daily ,Tues-
1 Isaid Special Prosecutor Barnabas day through Sunday morning Univer-
SSearsfailed to prove the indict- city year. Subscription rates: $10 by
plague meto carrier (campus area); $11 local mail
t11L.(in Mich. or Ohio); $13 non-local mail
SR ew other states and foreign).
SANTIAGO, Chile ( )- Renew-,the condeucenthe liceawte Summer Session published Tuesday
ed street disturbances broke outt,, through Saturday morning. Subscrip-
here yesterday despite optimism other defendants was lawful," tion rates: $5.50 by carrier (campus
that a settlement was near in a Hanrahan said. "The police did not area); $6.50 local mail (in Mich. or
thatrv ahsettlementdwasgnear inea Ohio); S7.50 non-local mail (other
strike of truckers and shopkeep- deserve tfabuse and anguish tey states and foreign.
ers against Chilean President Sal- and their families have endured

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AP Photo
AN ANTI-GOVERNMENT DEMONSTRATOR is carried away after
being attacked by pro-Allende supporters during another day of
street disturbances in Santiago, Chile. Renewed protests occurred
despite optimism that a settlement was near in a strike of truck
drivers and shopkeepers.
FOUND IN MIDEAST:
Letter bombs sent
to Nixon, Rogers

vador Allende's policies.
Strike leaders were reporting to tromiti said that "The gut and
their unions on the talks they had only issue is whether there was a
Tuesday with Allende to end a -_
strike that is reported to have cost
Chile $100 million in two weeks.
Allende also expressed optimism
that a solution could be reached'
on the strikes.
Meanwhile, small-business men
participating inkthe shut-down ofTHEI
commerce blocked a main inter-TH
section of Santiago's commercial MEANS OF
district in a sit-down demonstra PERSUATION1
tion
Groups surged up and down
streets in the downtown area
shouting, "Chile is and will be a
country in liberty!" Others tossed
leaflets from rooftops saying, "Al-'
lende lies!" 2 A
Allende called the present situa- 217S SH ag J i2 PM. - 2AM
tion "absolutely abnormal and ex-
tremely dangerous."

THE
BACH CLUB
presents for your sensual
enjoyment
ANN BARTOLOMEW, Oboe
CAROLYN HOHNKE,
English Horn and Oboe
ELLEN SADRA, Oboe
LAURA CAMPBELL, French Horn
LOUIS STOUT, SR., French Horn
BRUSE BAUER, Bassoon
HEIDI HARVEY, Piano
playing works of
Vivaldi, Ditterdors, Haydn,
and Ludwig Van
Thursday, Oct. 26, 8:00
in Greene Lounge,
West Quad
Refreshments for your palate.
People For . .. Whatever

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Reserved Seats now on sale Michigan Union 11-6 p.m.
Mon.-Fri., Salvation Records 1 1-9 p.m. Mon.-Sat.
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By The Associated Press
Letter bombs began turning up
yesterday in various parts of the
Middle East, including three in
Israel addressed to President Nix-
on, Secretary of State William
Rogers and Defense Secretary
Melvin Laird. Israeli police defus-
ed the bombs.
The letter bombs in Israel were
found in the sorting room of a
post office in the northern fron-
tier town of Kiryat Shmona, near
the border with Lebanon.
Police said they were the same
type of bombs as the many ex-
plosive envelopes mailed last
month from Amsterdam to Israeli
officials in various parts of the
world.
Police Supt. Mordechai Tavor
said the three envelopes were de-

tected when the Washington ad-
dresses "aroused the suspicion of
postal workers" in the border set-
tlement.
"This morning the envelopes
were examined by members of the
security forces and were found
to contain certain explosive charg-
es, similar to the envelopes sentj
from Amsterdam," Tavor said.
"The investigation is continuing."
The envelopes posted in Kiry-:
at Shmona could have been mail-
ed by Arab guerrilla infiltrators
slipping into the country from
Lebanon, less than two miles{
away across the hills. Police sour-'
ces in Kiryat Shmona, however,
said they did not believe the ex-'
plosives letters to Nixon, Laird and
Rogers were the work of infiltra-
tors.

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