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Page Ten

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, December 2, 1975

Page Ten-K THE MICHIGANIDAIL

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U.N.

to remain in

Golan Hts.

FBI

ignored

Klan

(Continued from Page 1) sources said feelings ran high THE SYRIAN government turn of peacemaking that Egypt WASHINGTON ()-An ex-FBI leader Dr. Martin Luther King tack an integrated night club ont
After a six-hour cabinet meet- at the meeting and ministers and the PLO both expressed has called for. Despite the informant has told Senate in- Jr. the outskirts of Birmingham1
ing in Jerusalem, the Israeli felt that Washington had backed themselves "very satisfied" abuse of Egypt, the Syrians vestigators he repeatedly pro- Rowe is scheduled to testify with bazookas and flame throw-i
government said it would agree out of "understandings" with with what they viewed as a dip- have come around to what Sa- vided advance warnings of Ku under oath today before the ers. Before the attack could take
to maintain the 1,192-man U.N. Jerusalem to block the coun- lomatic success. They and dat has advocated all along- Klux Klan a t t a c k s against Senate inte.igence committee. place the club was forced to,
Disengagement Observer Force cil's moves toward legitimiz- other militant Arab govern- taking whatever step best serv- blacks and civil rights workers A spokeswoman for the commit- close for a liquor license viola-
separating Israeli and Syrian ing the PIO. ments heaped bitter criticism ed their interests." but the bureau took almost no tee said Rowe would wear a | tion-an event Rowe said he
troops. Israel refuses to negotiate on Egypt for signing a second- FOREIGN sources in Cairo action to prevent the incidents. mask in order to preserve his | was told had been arranged by
But in its communique it with the PLO, the umbrella or- stage Sinai pact with Israel said the six-month extension of In one instance, Gary Thomas new identity. the bureau.
pointedly empowered a com- ganization for Palestinian guer- without any provisions for an the Golan force mandate would Rowe, says the FBI had three ROWE SAID that when he
mittee to decide on "proposals rillas. over-all Mideast settlement to provide ample time for a re- weeks notice that Klansmen DURING A one-hour interview rt j Id Klat Esve
for further settlements on the The U. N. resolution, passed include the Palestinians. sumption of U.S. shuttle diplo- would attack a group of Free- in a Washington hotel room, first joined Klan unit Eastview
Golan Heights," rendering the 13-0, did not specifically invite .macy or more likely an infor- dom Riders as they debarked Rowe and his attorney described 13 he was under instructions
y the PLO to the Mideast debate. In an obvious snipe at Cairo, mal conference of original par- from their buses in Birming- his five years as an FBI in- from the FBI not to engage in
occupeied ianteSyrianlss territoryceof rilesspartheoraPLOhih toedthe heMideastlece.Hdebate. aid!
negotiable than ever. But a compromise statement. Damascus radio said: "Syria, ticipants in the Geneva peace ham, Ala. became the government's star the restriction was lifted when:
read by the council president; unlike another defeatist, re- b essie t a atewhic' tr ite bescaant a it was
THE communique refrained said it was "the understanding spects the cause of the Arab lks to discuss te next step DESPITE THE warning FBI witness in a trial at which three it became apparent that it was
from openly criticizing the of the majority" that the guer- people and does not give up the as proposed by Kissinger on agents stood by and took photo- Klansmen were convicted of denying him access to the Klan's
United States. But cabinet rilla leadership would be asked rights of the Palestinian peo- Sept. 22. graphs of the 1961 incident in' ivil rights violations in the inner circles.
to participate. U. S. Ambassa- ple for a few kilometers of des-In other Mideast develop which "people just got all beat 1965 murder of white civil rights Rowe, whose code name was
dor Daniel Patrick Moynihan ert land. ments: to hell," Rowe said in an inter- worker Viola Liuzzo near Selma, Karl Cross, said he would write
-Israel pulled out of the oc- view yesterday. Ala. daily reports 'on such planned
said the United States was not A spokesperson for Egypt's cupied Abu Rudeis oil fields on Rowe, now living under an Rowe was originally charged Klan activities as terroriing
p-rtof themjtPresident Anwar Sadat, how the southwest coast of the Si- assumed name in Southern Cali in the Liuzzo case, but a grand black maids who rode the buses
ever, termed the renewal of seized in the 1967 war. fornia, also said he had second- jury failed to indict him and to and from the wealthier sec-
The Feathered Serpent CHARING CROSS the Golan force "a step for- nai peninsula, completing its hand information about the FBI charges were later dropped. tions of Birmingham.t
ward in escalating the momen- withdrawal from Egyptian fields campaign to defame civil rights Rowe said he already has pro- Another Klan activity which he
FROM THE AMERICAS U F n h B s-__ _ _ _ _ __ _vided the same account to in- says he forewarned the FBI
_Used, Fine and Scholarly Books ---- telligence committee staff in a about was the planting of illegal
309 E. Liberty 316 S. STATE-994-4041 AN INTRODUCTION TO THE sworn deposition. liquor at an integrated country
Telephone (313) 995-4222 Sot. 10-6 ROWE SAID he still fears re club in a successful effort to
________Transcendental Meditation 1 taliation from the Klan but hasforce its cosing.

hreats
them, shoot them, do anything
we wanted to" without police
interference.
Rowe, who claimed he suffer-
ed a cut throat in the melee,
said he subsequently asked the
FBI why they had done nothing
to stop the violence.
"W E ' R E - AN investigative
a g e n c y not an enforcement
agency," Rowe quoted his con-
trol agent saying. "Besides, who
the hell were we going to tell,
the police helped you plan the
damn thing."
On the night Liuzzo was killed,
Rowe said he informed his con-
trol agent that a Klansman had
just told him "this is the night
you've finally made the big
time." However, Rowe, who was
in the car carrying the Klans-
men who shot Liuzzo, said there
was no advance indication that
the Klansmen planned to com-
mit murder that night.
Immediately following t h e
shooting, Rowe provided the FBI
with the names of the three
Klansmen who were later con-
victed of civil.rights violations.
ROWE SAID that although "I
wasn't working Dr. King," he
"picked up hits and pieces" of
the bureau's campaign against
the civil rights leader from his
control agents.
"An agent made the statement
to me that there were pictures
taken of King at the A.G. Gas-
ton Motel in Birmingham and
several other places" showing
King "in compromising posi-
tions," Rowe said.
Another agent asked him "Do
you realize (then-FBI Director
J. Edgar) Hoover hates that
man with a purple passion?"
Rowe recalled.
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I decided to tell his story because
the Justice Department failed to
fulfill its promises of money and
a lifetime government job.
According to Rowe, there was
"only one instance in five years"
in which the FBI acted on his
warnings to avert violence.
That occurred in 1963 when he
told the FBI that a group of
Klansmen was planning to at-

AS ROWE told it, he tempor-
arily quit his job as an inform-
ant in disgust after the 1961 in-
cident in which the FBI stood by
while Klansmen beat up Free-
dom Riders.
According to Rowe, the beat-
ings were an arrangement be-
tween the Klan and local police
under which "we had 15 minutes
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