THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Saturday, May 13, 1972
P~~e Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, May 13, 1972
Wayne prosecutor files new
appeal in grand jury dispute
DETROIT (I)-A second ap-
peal to the State Supreme Court
is planned in an effort to pre-
vent a special prosecutor from
leading a grand-jury investiga-
tan into a shoot-out between
Detroit police and off-duty
Wayne County sheriff's depu-
Three Detroit STRESS of-
ficers have been indicted for
murder for the shootings which
occurred in March.
Thernew appeal was filed for
yesterday by Wayne County
Prosecutor William Cahalan on
grounds his constitutional pow-
ers have been usurped by the
An aide to Cahalan said the
second appeal will contend that
the Supreme Court failed to al-
low a full hearing on the prose-
cutor's original appeal.
In its ruling, the high court
said Wayne County Circuit
Judges Thomas Foley and Jo-
seph Sullivan could continue
seeking to determine why the
grand jury at first asked for a
special prosecutor and later
changed its mind.
The court ruled that the Cir-
cuit Court is empowered to look
into any allegations of influ-
ence on a grand jury by any-
one, "including prosecutors and
Cahalan maintained that he
has consistently offered to co-
operate with the grand jury
and it needs no special prose-
After the Supreme Court is-
sued its findings this week, at-
torney George Bushnell Jr. was
named special prosecutor by
Foley; who presides over the
The legal wrangle is an out-
growth of the March 9 shootout
in which one deputy was killed
and three others were wounded.
Police said they followed a
man from a parking lot to the
apartment, where the deputies
'were playing cards, because he
appeared to be carrying a wea-
pon. There were conflicting ver-
sions of who fired the first shot.
A joint police-sheriff's inves-
tigation of the shooting resulted
in Cahalan's charging three po-
licemen with intent to commit
Judges Foley and Sullivan
said it will be at least a week
before they have compiled the
results of their investigation
into the allegations of pressure
on the grand jury.
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