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Tuesday, June 27, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Tuesday, June 21, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PQCJS Nine

HEARING HELD:
Chicago J1ks eharge
p e it u

CHICAGO P Black resi-
dents of Chicago allged ystei-
adayt a tacongressional hearing
that they w(re 'beaten, parly
blinded, robbed and intimidated
by city policemen in the last
ayear.
The witnesses testified at the
f opening of hearings scheduled
tbRep. Ralph Metcalfe (D-Illt)
to investigate charges of policy
harassment and brutality in the
black community.
aAssociated Press The first witness was a black
dentist, Dr. Herbert Odom, who
Meeting on Middle East said police stopped him early
this year because of a faulty
Israeli ambassador Yosef Tekoah listens to the emergency meet- license plate light. Odom said
ing yesterday of the UN Secprity Council regarding the recent sear kem t he srieet in thet
flare-up in the Middle East. The Council later voted to condemn community where he practices
Israel's attacks on Lebanon last week. but they refused his request,
handcuffed him and threw him
CALM REPORTED: in a police car.
Odom said one of the hand-
cuffs caused his wrist and hand
N. Ireland truce beginshis omplats police ignored
Richard Leftridge testified
after increasedviolencethat police beat him Feb. 25 and
his left eye had to be removed
as a result. Leftridge said he
had ccopanid awoman
BELFAST (A-Guerrillas of the Irish Republican Army friend to her apartment to ex-
(IRA) began at midnight the first full truce in Northern plain to her the meaning of an
Ireland since they launched their bloody campaign to oust eviction notice when six patrol-
the British three years ago. men called by the landlady
broke into the apartment.
In the final hours before the cease-fire, gunmen killed Leftridge said his friend
a policeman and a British soldier in a rash of shootings, swore at a white policeman who
bombings and robberies. In all, at least eight persons were retaliated by striking her with
killed and scores wounded, including as many as 16 heverbally objected, he was
guerrillas, in a "last fling" offensive that lasted three days. beaten by police and a blow by
The army reported no violence in the first tense half eeblackjack forced removal of
hour after midnight.

Luther Hughes, a 25-year em-
ploye of International Harves-
ter Co. alleged that he was
robbed of $250 by police who
stopped him for a traffic vio-
lation March 2. Hughes said he
had cashed a check' and the
money was in his wallet when
police stopped him for weaving
in his automobile.
Hughes said he was taken to
the police car and told he would
be taken to the police station
but moments later the officers
said they would let him go.
Hughes said when he re-
turnedto his car,hishwallet
and the money were missing
and that his wallet was returned
by mail three days later with-
out the money.
After he made a formal com-
plaint to police, Hughes said,
he received an anonymous tele-
phone call at 3 a.m. and a voice
said, "If you want your money,
come and get it," at a South
Side intersection.
Hughes said he did not re-
spond to the call.He also testi-
fied he had been drinking the
nsight of the incident.
Tweity personsdrepresenting
black and Latin-American com-
munity organizations plus re-
ligious and legal experts are
sitting on Metcalfe's panel.

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The truce was announced last
week by the nationalist Provi-
sional wing of the IRA.
The Provisionals said they
were prepared to mete out sum-
mary justice to any dissidents
who refused to observe the
cease-fire.
"We shall be keeping a close
watch on some people," a Pro-
visional leader told reporters in
Londonderry. "They will be
dealt with very quickly if they
step out of line."
But a statement from Provi-
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added that the group "stands
on full alert to take defensive
action should the need arise and
is ready to resume offensive ac-
tivities if the leadership decide
this is necessary." It said the
IRA was "stronger and better
equipped than ever before."
There were reports that
Northern Ireland's police forces
had been told to stop searches
of houses without warrant and
summary arrest of suspects as
authorized under the province's
emergency security regulations.

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