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NATION/WORLD

The Michigan Daily - Thursday, November 13, 1997 - 7A

Council
demands
that Iraq
cooperate
The Washington Post
UNITED NATIONS - The Security
Council yesterday unanimously
demanded that Iraq stop interfering
with U.N. weapons inspectors, increas-
ing the chances of a direct clash
between Baghdad and the United States
the Iraqis carry out their threat to
pel American members of the inspec-
tion team.
The council's condemnation and
insistence that Iraq comply with United
Nations directives was rejected imme-
diately by President Saddam Hussein's
government. Foreign Minister
Mohammad Saeed Sahhaf said in
Baghdad that the six Americans work-
ing for the U.N. Special Commission
*NSCOM) would "definitely" be
removed from Iraq.
A move against the American inspec-
tors would increase pressure on the
United States to respond directly.
Within the next few days, Washington

Witness says he was asked"I
to work with Nichols in plot

Head of a U.N. biological weapons team, who declined to give
his team's guide from the Iraqi Monitoring Department.

AP PHOTO
his name, speaks to

The Washington Post
DENVER - A key prosecution wit-
ness in the Oklahoma City bombing
case yesterday testified that convicted
bomber Timothy McVeigh had once
asked him if he wanted to join McVeigh
and co-defendant Terry Nichols in their
plans to take "positive offensive action"
against the government.
Michael Fortier told a riveted federal
jury here that he first received a letter
from McVeigh in late summer of 1994
talking about McVeigh's and Nichols's
plans. Fortier said that McVeigh subse-
quently went to his house in Kingman,
Ariz., and spelled out what he meant.
"He told me...that they were planning
on bombing a building," he said. When
asked by a prosecutor who was the "they"
that McVeigh was referring to, Fortier
replied "he didn't say specifically."
McVeigh was convicted and sen-
tenced to death in June for the April 19,
1995, truck bombing of Oklahoma's
Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in

which 168 people were killed. Nichols
is standing trial on identical murder and
conspiracy charges.
During his testimony last May at
McVeigh's trial, Fortier directly connect-
ed Nichols to the conspiracy. "Tim told
me that him and Terry were thinking
about blowing up a building," he said.
Fortier, who met Nichols and
McVeigh in the Army at Fort
Benning, Ga., in 1988, also testified
yesterday that in the fall of 1994 the
men took him to storage shed in
Kingman, where McVeigh showed
him explosives. But Fortier said that
he only saw Nichols handling a tire,
not the explosives. "He was loading
stuff from the storage unit into his
truck," Fortier said of Nichols.
In exchange for his testimony, Fortier
has pleaded guilty to four lesser counts
of trafficking in stolen firearms, lying to
the FBI and misprison of felony, know-
ing about the crime and failing to report
it. He will be sentenced by a Kansas

"He was loadirn
stuff from the
storage unit into
his truck.
- Michael Fortier
Prosecution witness
judge at the conclusion of this trial and
could face 23 years in prison for hisrole.
As he had for the McVeigh trial,
Fortier looked dramatically difkrent
from the time of is arrest two yearsego
when he showed up on national At vi-
sion with scraggly hair, an earring ad a
sleeveless T-shirt. Yesterday, his hair was
short and he wore an olive-colored suit.
Prosecutors have alleged tthat
McVeigh used Kingman, Ariz. '-
where the Fortiers live - as his base of
operations as he planned the bombing.

probably will have to choose between
continuing to work through the Security
Council in hopes of achieving a diplo-
matic solution or going against the mis-
givings of many council members by
using American military power.
While all 15 council members voted
yesterday to condemn Iraq's behavior
and demand that it be halted immedi-
ately, officials from several countries
took pains to restate their opposition to
the use of force to resolve the crisis.
Still, U.S. Ambassador Bill Richardson,
while not spelling out Washington's
next steps, raised the possibility of mil-

itary action in more explicit terms than
he has used previously.
"We are not precluding any options
including the military option,"
Richardson said following the vote on the
U.S.-sponsored resolution. "This is not
the end of the crisis; this is not the
endgame. The endgame is full and
unconditional reopening of UNSCOM's
operations. The deadline for the Iraqis is
very clear: comply immediately."
The only new sanction contained in
yesterday's measure is the modest step
of imposing a ban on international trav-
el by senior Iraqi officials.

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