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Tuesday, September 21, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Three

41/117 blasts Senate'
Subcommittee repot . "

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MAHNOMEN, Minn. (IP) -'thousand followers," the report
A spokesman for the American said.
Indian Movement criticized yes- Bellecort was contacted at
terday a Senate subcommittee his home on the White Earth
report describing the organiza- Indian Reservation.
tion as "revolutionary" and "WE HAD no way to really
"committed to violence." counteract Durham's allega-
Vernon Bellecourt, AIM's na- tions," said Bellecourt. "He
of the organization's national was nothing more than a flunky
tional field director and member to Dennis Banks, and flew him
tionl fild irecor ad Iaround the country, He was also
council, said the Senate Inter- ud the picu h ers and
nal Security subcommittee in-;used to pick up hamburgers and
vestigation was a "stacked coffee."
deck" in which AIM views were The subcommittee acknowl-
not sought. edged Sunday its report was
based on testimony by Durham,
B E L L E C O U R T said whom the panel said infiltrated
the subcommittee's chief wit- AIM for the FBI. Durham said
ness, FBI informer Douglass he was paid $20,000 by the FBI
Durham, was a "pathological for expenses.
liar" who was simply an "er- "They have trampled on the.
pran b" wo never was in on civil rights of Indian, as well as,
important decisions. non-Indian, citizens in the coun-'
The Senate unit released its try," Durham was quoted as
report Sunday. In it the subcom- having said of AIM. "They are
mittee said AIM does not speak in cooperation with Communist
for the American Indian. "It groups, within the United
is a minority movement which, States, Canada, Puerto Rico,
at the most, numbers several Cuba."

B E L LE C OU R T called
Durham's allegations "a con-
tinuation of the disruptive acts
by the FBI, which many times
has exploited the press."
He contended the news media
"tends to feel that any story!
coming out of the FBI or Cen-
tral Intelligence Agency has to
have credibility."
Bellecourt said the published
observations on-AIM "are going
to affect the thinking of every
red neck reactionary and ignor-
ant law officials who will step
up their harassment of us."
HE SAID AIM does speak for
a broad range of opinion among
American Indians, and that any-
one who visited reservations
would know that.
AIM was founded in 1969 andj
made headlines in November
1972 with seizure of the Bureau
of Indian Affairs building in
Washington and in early 1973
with its occupation of the town
of Wounded Knee, S. D.

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LANSING (UPI) - House'
Speaker Bobby Crim says he
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uesday, September 21, 1976
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in Grasses)," 1139 Kraus, 4 pm.
Condensed Matter Seminar":
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Pau M. Fitts Memorial Lectures:
"Mental Chronometry," Michael I.
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Women of the Universiy Facultty:
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