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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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He said more adults would
smoke marijuana if it were not
for the "social stigma" attached
to its use in many communities.
During an extensive question
and answer period, Kufistler
covered a variety of aspects of
legal work involved in defend-
ing dissenters.
Detroit's grand jury investi-
gation, which has recently be-
come a subject of debate with
the development of the case of
Ken Kelley, was also a major
area of concern for Kunstler.
He labeled grand juries "per-
secuting offices," saying they
have never before been used "in
the sense they are now being
used."
He attacked grand jury prac-
tices of secrecy, denial of t h e
right to legal counsel, and es-
pecially the use of "immuni-
ties."
Immunities, he explained, al-
low the jury to force anyone
to testify under a promise that
nothing he says can be u s e d
directly against him.
Kunstler said friends an d
parents of people facing inves-
tigation have been called be-
fore these juries to testify, term-
ing this "reminiscent of Nazi
Germany."
He also denounced the spread-
ing uso of police infiltrators, and
accused them of often b e i n g
involved with "creating the
crime" they are supposed to be
investigating.
Answering a questioner wh o
asserted that his courtroom vic-
tories were proof the system
works, Kunstler charged t h a t
"the system created these
trials."
As an example, he discussed
the Black Panther bombing
conspiracy case in New York,
where a jury acquitted aftr 90
minutes of deliberation, a group

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which had spent two years in
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"If the jury took only 90
minutes to find them innocent
on over 150 counts, why w e r e
they in jail for two years?" he
asked.
S p e a k i n g on revolution,
Kunstler described himself as
a "structured pseudo-revolu-
tionary," explaining he felt the
"basic structures and traditions
of the United States are worth
keeping."
He warned, however, if the
system doesn't respond to re-
form it will have to be over-
thrown.
He characterized the country
as being in a "pre-revolution-
ary stage" saying from this
point violent revolution will take
place if change isn't made in
other ways.
Kunstler has become famous in
recent years as a defense attor-
ney for leaders in the radical
movement, including Sinclair.
Although known for several
years for his work in the civil
rights field, he first reached na-
tional prominence when he acted
as chief defense counsel at the
"Chicago 7" conspiracy trial.
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