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Saturday, August 16, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

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Jury acquits Little in slaying of jailer;
deliberates for an hour, 21- minutes

(Continued from Pge 8)
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(Continued from Pole 41
Alligood fame to the door of her
neal brick home and told a re-
porter;
"Whatever I say might Bound
bad. No, I don't think it was
a fair trial, hut t don't know the
law. I just truot in the Lord
that she'll get justice some-
where."
to Syracuse, N.Y., Karen De-
Crow, president of the National
Organization for Women, mooued
a statement hailing the acquit-
tal.
"WE HAVE believed in and
supported Joan Little all along.
We now have for the first time
a legal precedent for a wo-
man's right to defend herself
against s e x u a l attack," the
statement said,
to his 59 minute charge to the
jury, which included seven wo-
men, Hlobgood said self defenoe
against sexual attack was a de-
fence in a muirder case.
Tuiry foreman Mark Nielson,
a white, 26-year-old stereo sales-
man, said the jurors sat down
in a circle, and each of them
discussed their feelings about
the case, wvhich were that she
was not guilty, and then a for-
mal vote was taken.
"I TRIED to maintain a sus-
picious attitude about what they
said," Nielson said, referring
to the testimony. "Hler story
was a logical one, an7d the
pieces fit."
Jennie Lancaster, a white 25-
year-old counselor in the state
prison system, said the prose-
cution's case was not enlough to
support a conviction.
"t was a case of law aod
facts," she said.
Donllt Livingstone, a 22-

year-old black water bill col-
lector for the city of Raleigh,
said, "I thought the investiga-
lion was very sloppy, We realige
they don't have facilities like
in New York City and all, but
they could have done better."
There wao, in fact, very little
conflicting testimony in the
prosecution's case, built entirely
of circumstantial evidence. The
investigation, carried out in "a
lot of confusion," resulted in a
single, unidentifiable fingerprint
and several pieces of missing
evidence, When the state rested
its case, Hobgood reduced the
charges from first to second de-
gree pmurder.
Alligood's body, nude from the
waist down, was found in
Little's cell and perhaps the
most telling piece of evidence
was semen found on his thigh.
THE DEFENSE introduced

several other female prisoners
of the jail to tell of Alligood's
sexual ad -ances, but Little's
testimony, which ran over to
days, was the bulk of their case.
She claimed Alligood entered
her cell with the icepick and
forced her to perform oral sex
on him. In the midst of the act,
she said, she grabbed the ice-
pick and began hacking at him.
She grabbed her clothes and
fled the ,jail, she said, and last
saw Alligood upright, bleeding,
hut staring at her with a "silly
looking grin."
One of her attorneys, Marvin
Miller, soiid she was acquitted
partly because "the case was a
crock from the beginning. But
the real reason was. that there
was an international outcry for
Joan Little. A lot of people got
together to raise money and all
of these attorneys."

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