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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, August 13, 1970

Thursday, August 13, 1970

THE MICHIGAN -DAILY

Guard commander says police L
broke Jackson St. agreement

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JACKSON, Miss. () - The
commander of t h e Mississippi
National Guard told the Presi-
dent's Commission on Campus
Unrest yesterday that law offic-
ers violated an agreement to
leave t h e campus of Jackson
State College the night two
young Negroes were shot to
death.
Maj. Gen. Walter Johnson re-
fused, however, to state flatly
that state troopers and city po-
lice mishandled the situation.
Asked if he thought there
would have been any killing if
the operation had been turned
over to the military, Johnson
replied, "There might not have
been or there might have been."
He said he couldn't make spch

a judgment since he wasn't pre-
sented with that situation.
Commission member Joseph
Rhodes, 22, a Harvard Univer-
sity fellow, pressed Johnson to
give a personal evaluation of
the effectiveness of the highway
patrol in confrontations with
blacks, but Johnson repeatedly
refused to answer.
"We have had a lot of testi-
mony that the police and high-
way patrol are likely to shoot
black people - that's their in-
clination," Rhodes snapped an-
grily. "You have to make some
judgment."
Another commission m e m-
ber, Dr. James Cheek, president
of Howard University, accused
Johnson of giving "political an-
swers."
Johnson said it had been
agreed upon by Gov. John Bell
Williams and state and local law
enforcement officers that civil-
ian law officers would leave the

campus if the National Guard
was summoned.
"They were to get out of the
area," Johnson said. "It was to
be a military operation from
that point on."
.Regent Smith,
appointed to
Oakland post
Retiring University Regent
Otis Smith has been named to
the f i r s t governing board at
newly independent O a k I a n d
University. He was named to
the position by Governor Milli-
kin.
Smith, a Democrat, is an as-
sistant general counsel at Gen-
eral Motors and a former State
Supreme Court Judge.

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