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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturdoy, May 7, 1977

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Rev. Moon arrested in N.Y.

RED HOOK, N.Y. (MP - The
Rev. Sun Myung Moon was on-
ly enjoying the scenery when he
and 10 followers were arrested
on a small college campus, a
spokesperson for his Unification
Church said yesterday.
The Korean born evangelist,
whose Unification Church has
sometimes been accused of
"brainwashing" its young fol-
lowers, was charged with tres-
passing on the Bard College
campus, along with the other 10.
Moon was unavailable for
comment on Thursday's arrests,.
but a church spokeswoman in
New York City said Moon was
simply showing some followers
a scenic waterfall in the area.
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tle out of proportion," Susan
Reinbold said.
"There is a waterfall there
that's outstanding and I think
any local resident would agree
that it is a tourist attraction
and the Rev. Moon went to see
it with a group of seminarians,"
she added.
A Bard College spokesperson
said Moon was told a few years
ago that if any of his followers
came on the campus uninvited
they would be treated as tres-
passers.
Moon opened a seminary two,
years ago at Barrytown, not far
from Annandale - on - Hudson
where Bard College is located.
The Bard spokesperson said,
Moon and his followers were ar-
rested by state police after giv-
ing "needlessly evasive" ans-
wers to questions from campus
security guards.
"The incident was precipitat-
ed by the unusual nature of
their presence," said Bard
spokesman George Hanold.
"They failed to give any reason-
able account of why they were
there. They came in three cars
and they were carrying walkie
talkies."
A church spokesperson said
Moon always carries a walkie
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Thursday's episode marked
the first 'time any of the Moon-
ies, as Moon's followers are
known, had been arrested in the
area.
Residents say the Moonies
keep pretty much to themselves
at their Barrytown seminary,
housed in a former Roman Cath-
olic monastery which the Uni-
fication Church purchased from
the Christian Brothers of Ire-
land for $1.5 million.
Bard, College was founded in
1860 as an Episcopalian semi-
nary but it is no longer affiliat-
ed with the church.
Moon, whose followers believe
he is the new messiah, lives on
a $625,000 estate in Tarrytown
in nearby Westchester County.
He also has a home in Seoul,
Korea.
The church claims more than
a half-million followers in 40
countries. Church officials say
contributions in this country
average about $6 million a year.
The Unification Church is un-
der investigation by various gov-
ernmental agencies throughout
the nation. Many parents of
"Moonies" contends there chil-
dren are being held by the
church against their will and
that they have been brain-
washed.
Moon's seminary was in the
national spotlight when New
Jersey Insurance Commissioner
James Sheeran tried unsuccess-
fully to get his three daughters
to leave. He claims he was as-
saulted by church members
when he tried to contact his
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