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The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, November 1, 1994 - 7

H aitan
police fail
to stop
*aibreak'
Prisoners escape
through hole; police
fall to investigate
Los Angeles Times
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti -
There was a prison break from Haiti's
National Penitentiary in downtown
au-Prince Sunday afternoon. The
l tian policedid nothing tostop itand
didn't investigate it yesterday. In fact,
24 hours later, they had no idea how
many inmates had escaped aftercrawl-
ing through a hole dug in the prison's
concrete outer wall.
And by noon yesterday, the police
and prison guards had not even closed
off the hole, which leads into the bas-
tball court of the Methodist school
tdoor. With classes backin session,
the school's maintenance man had to
do it from his side.
Perhaps no one outside the school
and prison would have known about
the breakout had it not been for the U.S.
Army Military Police and U.S.-fi-
nanced International Police Monitors
who discovered it. They caught eight
inmates in the schoolyard and returned
A~n tojail. But even they didn't know
many had got away.
"We don't know how many es-
caped because of thepoor record-keep-
ing in the prison," said Paul Browne,
the deputy director of the police-moni-
toring program. "We don't even know
how many prisoners are in there right
now."~
The school maintenance man said
believed at least 15 inmates es-
; local radio stations put the fig-
ure at more than 100.
The confusion occurred on the
symbolic first day of the appear-
ance of a gentler, more caring Hai-
tian police- the day the first gradu-
ates from a U.S.-funded, five-day
emergency retraining program took
to the streets of the capital.
The policemen at the National Peni-
Stiarywere not among the graduates,
first 335 of Haiti's military police to
take a week-long battery of behavior
modification and law-enforcement
classes from FBI and other Justice
Department trainers.
But even the first-day perfor-
mance of the graduates was spotty,
at best. The American MPs, who
have been the only semblance of
}v in town, said they still could not
most of them to leave their bar-
racks. "I haven'treally noticed much
difference," MP Lt. Erica Vodak
said of the 98 new graduates at the
station in the suburb of Petionville.
"We're still trying to push them out
the door."
iapper se
LANSING (AP) - Tupac Shakur
will be making an extended appear-

ance in Lansing. But the rap star won't
be on stage.
Shakur was sentenced late yester-
day to 30 days in the Ingham County
Jail and 35 hours ofcommunity service.
He was facing upto 90 days behind bars
and a $100 fine for trying to hit a Flint
*n with a baseball bat during a 1993
concert at Michigan State University.
Shakurpleaded guilty to the misde-
meanor charge in September.
Circuit Judge Lawrence Glazer al-
lowed Shakur to leave Lansing to make
a court appearance in New York on
unrelated criminal charges. He said the
rapper will have to report to the county
jail once he's done in New York.
tGlazer also suspended 20 days of

PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE
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MICHAEL FITZHUGH/DaIly -
Payton MacDonald, a School of Music sophomore, practices the vibraphone in
one of the school's many practice rooms yesterday.
MOSCOW (AP)-Russian legis- dangers their rights, and warned that it
lators, trying to safeguard their country could threaten tourism.Millions of for-
from the threat of AIDS, want to test all eign citizens, the majority from former
foreigners for the virus and deport those Soviet republ ics, reside in Russia. Their
who test positive or refuse testing. numbers could make the law impos-
The bill sailed through Russia's sible to enforce.
usually fractious 450-seat Duma, The proposed measure, which the
the lower chamber of parliament, Duma passed Friday, would force
'with only three deputies opposed. It foreign tourists, business travelers and
must still be approved by the upper other foreigners to prove they are not
chamber and by President Boris AIDS carriers. Foreigners who refuse
Yeltsin. to take the test or are found to be
But the bill's strong Russia-first infected would be deported - al-
appeal, which reaches across deep po- though the bill does not address how
litical divides, makes passage likely, such a sweeping plan would be en-
Many Russiarls blame the West for forced or funded.
the rise in prostitution, pornography The bill says only Russian state
and other social ills since the collapse medical institutions may conduct the
of the Soviet Union. Some even accuse AlStests.
the CIA of creating the AIDS virus. Many foreigners might refuse to
"This is clearly a discriminatory take the test because of widespread
measure aimed at foreigners," Boris reports of poor hygienic conditions at
Mikhailov, a political scientist at the Russian medical facilities, including
Russian Institute for USA and Canada, reuse of needles. Some already bring
said yesterday. "The nationalist ten- their own hypodermic needles into the
dency in the Duma is getting stronger country for use i emergencies, al-
every day." though it is unclear if those would be
Foreigners said the proposal en- allowed for AIDS tests.
ntenced mn '93 assault
Shakur's jail time. He said if Shakur Glazer,whoalsoappearedannoyed
doesn't serve the community service several times, said withdrawing the

hours within one year, he will serve the plea wasn't necessary and ordered an
additional 20 days in jail. immediate hearing over whether the
"The defendant has raised the level bat was swung.
ofviolence by menacing thevictimand He said during sentencing that he
must perform some service to lower doubted it was swung, but Shakur's
the level," Glazer said. "And I mean threatening action was enough to jus-
service, not money." tify jail time.
Shakur also faces criminal charges Shakur said the bat was apart of his
in Atlanta and a probation violation show at the time, but he no longer uses
hearing in California. it on stage.
Shakur, dressed in black and vis- CatherineEmerson,inghamCounty
ibly angry at times, told Glazer he assistant prosecuting attorney, said
didn't swing the bat. At one point dur- Shakur threw amicrophoneonthestage
ing the nearly two hourhearing, Shakur that belonged to Chauncy Wynn, a
said he wanted to withdraw his guilty Flint record company representative.
plea. "It wasn't like that," he said. That triggered a fight during the April
"It's gottendrawn out to something 1993 concert. The incident ended in a
it's not." near-riot.
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Article X1- Disorderly Conduct
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$avis ns 12 Ordinance:
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The new fine rates have been reviewed and approved by the Parking Advisory Team
consisting of nineteen members from a cross-section of the University.
ARTICLE W
PEN4ALTIES AND L'NFOCE3IFYr
Section1. Penalties for Violations of Ordinance.
(2) Fines and Imprisonment.

Current
Within After
14 days 14 days

,emended
Within After
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Default*
After
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Expired Meter
Parked over 48 hr.
Legal Limit
No Parking
Here to Corner
No Parking
Any Time
No Parking
Between Signs
No Stopping or
Standing
Loading Zoe
Bus tep
Double Parking
Within 15 FL of'
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Parked on Walk
IA to Curb
Blocking Driveway

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Bbeking Traffic
Handicapped
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from Curb
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U of M Lots

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Motor Cycles Only 10.00

Parked Upon or
Actm sLine

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No Parking Firelane 25.00
UM Vehicles Only 10.00

No Parking
in Driveway

10.00

'Includes fine and costs for default judgment.
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