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Page Seven

Wednesday, May 14, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, May 14, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

Houston police quit intelligence co-op

HOUSTON, Tex. tMt - The
Houston Police Department has
refused to supply further infor-
mation on noncriminal activity
to a nationwide intelligence co-
operative after allegations that
the co-op spied on ordinary citi-
zens, police sources say.
The cooperative called the
Law Enforcement Intelligence
Unit (LEIU) is headquartered
in Long Beach Calif., and oper-
ates a computerized informa-
tion bank known as the Inter-
state Organized Crime Index.
THAT INDEX, based in the
California Department of Jus-

tice, has received $1,338,486
from the federal Law Enforce-
ment Assistance Administration.
About 230 police agencies in
the United States and Canada
belong to LEIU.
A high police source in Hous-
ton said his department re-
signed from LEIU when it was
asked by another LEIU mem-
ber to spy on a legitimate busi-
nessman.
The source said LEIU encour-
aged spying on ordinary citizens
through its network of member
police agencies in the United
States and Canada and sanc-

tioned the collection and filing
of "gutter gossip."
LONG Beach Police Lt. Ray
Henry, recently - elected na-
tional chairman of LEIU, said
in, a telephone interview that
members exchanged informa-
tion only on "traveling organiz-
ed crime hoodlums."
He said it had "nothing to do
with investigating political fi-
gures, churches, blacks or any-
thing of that type."
He also said Houston has
been "kicked out of LEIU . .
terminated from membership"
partly because of reports of il-

legal wiretapping, by the Hous-
ton department's intelligence
unit. The alleged wiretapping is
under investigation by a federal
grand jury.
CAPT. B. G. Bond, chief of
Houston criminal intelligence
division, said Houston had re-
signed from LEIU but he de-
clined further comment.
But Police Lt. J. O. Brandon
said Houston had not resigned
but was technically on proba-
tion. He said it is considering
not reapplying for membership
and is refusing LEIU requests
which do not relate

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