THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Wednesday, May 17, 1972
THE ECONOMICS HITS PROSECUTION *
OF THE COLD WARBaByRETSMHhi
By ROBERT SMITH
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HON RS Dais demands dsmssal Bofcharges
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Monroe, N.Y. 10950 SAN JOSE, Calif. OP) - an- human being who has love in
gela Davis' chief defense attor- her heart -- yes, for George
::=:> >oG o :>p ney asked the judge at her trial Jackson, but for humanity as
1r a yesterday to dismiss murder- well."
Book "air kidnap - conspiracy charges on Prosecutor Albert Harris Jr.
Saturdaygrounds the prosecution had completed the state's case by BELFAST () -An
presented insufficient evidence reading jurors a heavily editedLAS
Ann Arbor and engaged in a useless po- version of Davis' diary. I plosion wrecked a Protest-
Public Library secution. the former UCLA philosophy ant bar in Belfast late Mon-
ADULT BOOKS-50 cents Attorney .Lee Branton said instructor talks of marriage day night, injuring 17 per-
CHILDREN'S BOOKS-25 cents the prosecution, which rested vows and refers to herself as sons and sending Protestant
sponsored by the is case Monday, had proved Jackson's "life-long wife."y n p
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seven weeks and involved 95
witnesses and more than 200
pieces of evidence. In much of
that time, Harris attempted to
read jurors the complete 18-
He said it was crucial to show
that Davis had uncontrolled
passion and willingness to kill.
if necessary, to free Jackson
from San Quentin Prison.
The state contends passionate
love was Davis' motive for fur-
nishing four guns and helping
plan an escape attempt from
the Marin County Civic Center
on Aug. 7, 1970.
In the state's theory, a judge
and four other hostages were
to be traded for Jackson. In-
stead, the escape went awry
and ended in shooting and the
death of the judge, two convicts
and an accomplice.
The prosecutor argued yes-
terday that there is more than
sufficient evidence to sustain a
conviction and asked that the
motion for dismissal be denied.
Superior Court Judge Rich-
ard Arnason took the matter
under advisement, saying he
would rule sometime before the
trial is concluded.
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