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The Michigan Daily - Monday, April 8, 2002 - 7A
Tho usands flock to Diug to rally for the legal ation ofmanfuana

HASH BASH,
Continued from Page 1A
DPS officers, only four had Ann Arbor
addresses - and just one was a University stu-
dent.
DPS arrested 22 people for possession of
marijuana in the Diag area, one for providing a
fake ID to an officer and three people were
cited for skateboarding on University property.
The AAPD issued 25 tickets for possession
of marijuana, 215 traffic citations and 934
parking tickets.
In Ann Arbor, marijuana possession is a
civil infraction punishable by a $25 ticket.
According to state law, which DPS enforces
on campus, marijuana possession is a mis-
demeanor punishable by up to one year in
jail, and up to a $2,000 fine.
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Attendees had mixed feelings about the
nature and effectiveness of the event.
"I'd say that a lot of people come here for
the atmosphere ... but there's a lot of politi-
cal activism going on," Dan Sheil, an LSA
sophomore, said. Sheil is a member of The
College Libertarians, who organized a mari-
juana policy forum Friday night and collect-
ed donations for Hash Bash.
"There's definitely a large group dedicat-
ed to ending the drug war," Sheil added.
A variety of speakers addressed the
crowd of approximately 4,000 attendees.
"We need to get together ... we need to
legalize the weed," said Doug Leinbach, the
manager of Rainbow Farm, where two men
died in a standoff with Federal Bureau of
Investigation agents earlier this year.
"There's no other group they're treating like

this."
Dan Selano, founder of Police Officers
for Drug Law Reform, addressed the enthu-
siastic audience.
"We're tired of the issues arising from
the war on drugs," said Selano, a former
marine and retired Detroit police officer.
"There are many of us working on get-
ting this issue turned into a health and edu-
cation issue," Selano said. "Our job is to
protect and serve - not to invade, steal and
kill."
Noah Kramer, an Ann Arbor high school
student, said he came to hear the speakers
and show support for the legalization of
marijuana.
"I think the prohibition of it is causing
more harm than good," he said.
Corey Shope, a resident of Wayne who

attended Hash Bash, said he believed Hash
Bash was not effective.
"I believe in it, but I think (Hash Bash) is
pointless," he said. "It attracts more atten-
tion, but it doesn't help legalize marijuana."
University students who attended the
event had mixed reactions to Saturday's
event.
"It's a lot of old burnouts. ... I'd like to
see more students," Engineering freshman
Mike Donahue said. Donahue added that he
thought some of the speakers might hurt the
event's purpose.
"(They) seem like a bunch of idiots. ...
The guy on the microphone was saying the
stupidest things," Donahue said.
DPS Officer Sgt. Hicks filmed and pho-
tographed the crowd and DPS officers. Last
year Sgt. Hicks attended tie event wearing

a tie-dyed t-shirt, but this year he recorded
the event in uniform. Brown said DPS doc-
uments large events for legal purposes and
to protect officer's safety.
Although it was widely reported that ven-
dors had been banned at the event, the city
of Ann Arbor issued temporary vendor per-
mits along East Liberty and Monroe
Streets. Hash Bash organizers were also
able to get a permit to close the portion of
Monroe Street near Dominick's to use for
vendors and entertainment.
Matt Ruhan, a vendor from Krazy Kats in
East Lansing, obtained a permit to vend on
Monroe Street.
"I know that there's a lot of vendors who
couldn't get here," Ruhan said. "As long as
(the vendors) are concentrated ... nothing
would be harmed."

ROBBERI ES
Continued from Page 1A
Rackham student Brian Jensen, a
resident of Northwood says while
he has been happy with security in
his area until now.
He said the University could do
more to implement safety proce-
dures where housing is away from
the main roads.
"What the family housing needs
is officers who are not in vehicles,
but who are walking or biking

through the area simply because all
our apartments are facing away
from the roads," Jensen said. "The
problem is, it's more expensive for
the University to employ officers
who aren't mobile."
But Holder disagrees, saying DPS
can only do so much and residents
need to be more responsible in the
security of their own homes.
"The best they can do is just
increase public awareness," Holder
said. "The best we can do is take
responsibility for our own houses."

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