The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, February 14, 1995 - 9
House opens debate on
crime bill block grants,
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The Washington Post
WASHINGTON - The House
yesterday opened debate on a Repub-
lican proposal to offer local govern-
ments $10 billion in crime-fighting
block grants, which has prompted
PresidentClinton's first explicit threat
of a veto to the GOP-controlled Con-
Attorney General Janet Reno
joined House Democrats and the
nation's largest police groups in urg-
ing Republicans to back away from
the block grant program they prom-
ised in last fall's campaign, but Re-
publicans showed no signs of relent-
ing. Minority Whip David E. Bonior
(D-Mich.) said Democrats had the
votes to sustain the threatened veto.
The GOP measure, the last of six
separate anti-crime bills, would wipe
out $8 billion in grants - part of a
1994 anti-crime law - for hiring the
100,000 local police that Clinton
promised in his 1992 campaign.
"That bill is working and it's be-
ing done in a straightforward,
nonbureaucratic fashion," Reno said
at a Capitol news conference.
Leaders of groups representing
450,000 of the nation's 550,000 po-
lice endorsed the current program,
which so far has made grants to 8,000
communities to hire 17,000 officers.
Republicans said their program of
law enforcement block grants trusted
local officials to know whether they
should hire police, buy patrol cars or
establish programs designed to keep
youngsters out of trouble.
"To assume in the beginning that
... they're going to waste this profli-
gately on pork is an insult, really,"
Judiciary Committee Chairman Henry
J. Hyde (R-Ill.) said.
With a noncontroversial amend-
ment adopted on a voice vote, Repub-
licans provided abortion-rights sup-
porters political cover to vote against
a Democratic amendment to suggest
security at abortion clinics as a pos-
sible use of the block grants. The
GOP amendment would allow local
officials to use the funds to secure
schools or "any other facility" they
deem in need of protection.
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New York Times
Detroit Free Press
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THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP)
- Setting the stage for the first war-
crimes trial since World War II, a
tribunal yesterday accused 21 Serbs
with committing atrocities against
Croats and Muslims interned in a
Bosnian prison camp.
Only one suspect is in custody, a
karate expert named Dusan Tadic, so
the former Kozarac police officer may
be the lone person to come to trial for
crimes that include killings, torture,
rape and beatings at the Omarska
Set up by the U.N. Security Coun-
cil in 1993, the Yugoslav War Crimes
Tribunal that announced the indict-
ments is trying to focus world opinion
on the only instance of alleged geno-
cide in Europe since the Nazi exter-
minations of Jews and Gypsies dur-
ing World War II.
The indictments cap a five-month
inquiry involving 20 investigators,
attorneys and analysts who traveled
to 12 countries to examine evidence
and interview victims.
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bunals at Nuremberg and Tokyo,
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with major suspects already in cus-
tody, the Yugoslav tribunal is attempt-
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raging. More than 200,000 people are
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the tribunal at the United Nations.
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cated three months' funding, $7 mil-
lion, out of a requested 1995 alloca-
tion of $28 million.
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functionaries at the Omarska camp in
northwest Bosnia. None are among
the better known of those accused of
atrocities in the war because no direct
evidence has been established be-
tween the political and military lead-
ership and the crimes committed, a
tribunal spokesperson said.
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