THE MICHIGANl DAILY
Tuesday, June 15, 1971 1
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N.Y. Times fights ban
on secret govt. study
acontinued from Page 1) find out because not many cop-
The Times said it had received ies exist. A Pentagon spokesman
a telegram from Atty. Gen. John put the number at about a
Mitchell requesting that it ab- dozen.
stain from publishing documents The source said about half
drawn from the three year-old the copies acre still at the Pent-
Pentagon study on the ground agon and were accounted for.
it will cause "irreparable harm This indicated the leak came
to the defense interests of the from outside, possibly from a
United States." former official in the adminis-
Mitchell's teiee, ai did not trationI of President .Lyndon
raise the threat of injunction. Johnson.
But the Times said the request Sen.nGeorge McGovern (D-
for a halt in publication and S.D said the secret repart tells
the department's intention to " tory eosealmostincredibl
seek an injunction were con- deception, deception of the Con-
veyed by Robert Mardian, assist- gress and of the American peo-
ant attorney general in charge ple, by the highest officials of
of the internal security division, government, including the Pres-
to Harding Bancroft, executive ident of the United States."
vice president of the Times. He told the Senate it would
The Times has scheduled ad- be a mistake to assume that
ditional publication of the docu- such deception ended with the
ments for its editions tomorrow J o h n s o n administration, and
and Thursday. The series began called for passage of the Hat-
Sunday. field -McGovern amendment to
The Times said in its state- cut off funds for the war by
ment : Dec. 31.
"We believe that it is properly
a m atter for the courts to de- "...,....,................:....:
cide. The Times will oppose any
request for an injunction for the DAILY OFFICIAL
same reason that led us to pub- BULLETIN
lish the articles in the first
place. We will, ofcours eabide.-::,. :.. ":;.
by the final decision of the
court." TUESDAY, JUNE 15
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