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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, May 25, 1972

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, May 25, 1972

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Three killed by bomb at
U.S. base in Heidelberg

HEIDELBERG, Germany {")-
Bombs exploded last night in
two cars parked inside the U.S.
Army's European Command
headquarters compound, killing
three American servicemen and
injuring five other persons.
It was the second b o m b
attack on an Army compound
in West Germany in the p a s t
two weeks. An American colonel
was killed and 13 persons were
injured May 11 by three bombs
that shattered an army officer's
club in Frankfurt.
An Army spokesman said the
almost simultaneous blasts in
cars parked some 150 yards
apart blew a hole in the wall
of a data processing building at
the Heidelberg compound and

sha ttered glass in a movie thea-
ter and officers' club at Heidel-
berg's Campbell Barracks.
Lt. Col. Phil -Rasey of Man-
hattan, Kan., who was in the
Campbell barracks officers' club
at the time of the blasts, said:
"It was very reminiscent of
Saigon on certain days."
The three dead, not immed-
iately identified, were in the vi-
cinity of the data processing
center when the first bomb de-
tonated.
Reports from the scene s a i d
U.S. military police seized three
Germans in connection with the
blasts. An Army spokesman
could not confirm this report im-
mediately.
In a filmed television inter-
view aired shortly after t h e
blasts, Interior Minister H a ns
Genscher said the band being
sought in recent terrorist at-
tacks is connected with the so-
called Baader-Meinhof gang.
The leftist extremist g a n g
has been sought for the last two
years for a series of bank rob-
beries, car thefts and other acts
of violence,
A group calling itself the "Red
Army Action" claimed respon-
sibility for the three bombs that
shattered the headquarters and
officers club in Frankfu't.

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ARTHUR BREMER appears in federal court yesterday with his
attorney, Benjamin Lipsitz, at his left.
Bremer pleads not
gult to shooting

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BALTIMORE OP) - Arthur
Bremer pleaded innocent yester-
day to federal charges arising
from the attempted assassina-
tion of Alabama Gov. George
Wallace and the wounding of
three other persons at a poli-
tical rally May 15.
Making his first public ap-
pearance since the night of the
shootings, the 21-year-old un-
employed busboy from Milwau-
kee replied in a firm voice to
formal arraignment questions
asked by Chief Judge Edward
Northrop in the 16-minute hear-
ing in U.S. District Court.
The plea was entered by Ben-
jamin Lipsitz, the court-appoint-
ed attorney, as Bremer s t o o d
before the bench in the com-
pany of four security guards.
Bremer, also facing state
charges, was named Tuesday in
a federal indictment alleging the
shooting of Wallace and a Secret
Service bodyguard, Nicholas Zar-
vos.
Specifically he is charged with
shooting a presidential candi-
date, assaulting a Secret Serv-
ice agent, bringing a pistol from
Wisconsin to Maryland and us-
ing the weapon to commit a
felony.
US. Atty. George Beall said
after the arraignment that he
was considering asking the court
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to order Bremer to undergo a
psychiatric examination.
Beall said that while the case
had moved into the pretrial mo-
tion stage, "the investigation
isn't complete -yet."
He and associate prosecutors
stressed, however, that this did
not mean they were actively
pursuing the possibility of a
conspiracy in the Wallace
shooting.
The federal attorney also
said that he had subpoenaed
and received all film - both
broadcast and unaired - taken
by ABC, CBS, NBC and Wash-
ington TV stations WTTG and
WTOP at the Laurel, Md., shop-
ping center where Wallace had
spoken on the eve of his victory
in Maryland's Democratic pres-
idential primary.
Lipsitz, who declined to answer
any questions, lost two attempts
yesterday to get a reduction in
the $200,000 bail under which
Bremer is being held in tight
FBI security at the Baltimore
County Jail in suburban Towson.
"No necessity has been shown
for a bail of $200,000 in this
case," Lipsitz asserted. He said
that it should be set at $5,000
or $10,000 to permit Bremer to
gain release and aid in the pre-
paration of his defense.
'The government is saying that
because of the nature of this
case and the personage involv-
ed, they don't want the defend-
ant on the street," the lawyer
continued.
The federal charges could
bring a maximum aggregate
sentence of 40 years in jail and
a $30,000 fine. Because some of
the state charges are common
law offenses, there is no set
penalty.
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