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South Korea regime
shuts Nat'l Assembly
strong enough nor having a large
enough political power base to control
the military, which has been the major
force in South Korean politics for 20
IN KWANGJU, 150 miles south of
Seoul, hundreds of demonstrators -
some of them high school students - at-
tacked and damaged two television
stations and a radio station.
Paratroopers moved in and dispersed
the. protesters, arresting many in
house-to-house searches. The demon-
strations were the first this month in-
volving high school students, not just
The Kwangju area, scene of protests
last week, strongly supports popular
dissident leader Kim Dae-jung, one of
the men arrested Sunday. Kim was
born near Kwangju.
In Seoul, 200 students tried to stage a
protest in front of Seoul railway station,
where Thursday's massive and violent
student-police battles began. Some 150
riot police and many plainclothesmen
broke it up in minutes, firing tear gas
and arresting about 10 students.
A heavy buildup of riot police around
the city in places where students ap-
peared to be congregating apparently
deterred further demonstrations.
The rest of South Korea was quiet and
business and shops were open.
Keeping the University of
Michigan informed for
over 90 years
U.S. ATTORNEY GENERAL Benjamin Civiletti spoke on government environ-
mental regulation of private industry at the University's Law School Com-
mencement ceremonies Saturday. He is shown here testifying before the
Senate Judiciary Committee in 1978.
Civiletti: Toxic waste
the worst problem
for Justice Dept.
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By TIMOTHY YAGLE
U.S. Attorney General Benjamin
Civiletti told a University law school
audience Saturday he wouldnot limit
prosecution for corporate crimes to
companies as collective entities, but
would -single out individual officers
Civiletti, who has been in office since
August 1579, wasathe featured speaker
at the law school's commencement
ceremonies at Hill Auditorium. More
than 300 law students received their -
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CIVILETTI SAID that hazardous
chemicals are one of the Justice Depar-
tment's "nastiest" problems. The
Justice Department wants to clamp
down on corporations and individuals
involved, in all phases of toxic waste
disposal-from the site owners to the
transporters to the generators of
wastes, Civiletti said.
"1 do not intend to wait for actual
harm to occur before taking action un-
der section 7003 (of the Resource Con-
servation and Recovery Act of 1976),"
Civiletti toldhis audience of about 2,000.
Federal laws require industries to
monitor the types and qualities of toxic
wastes and issue periodic reports to the
government, Civiletti explained. He
said his department would prosecute
more vigorously those who falsify those
reports, including individual corporate
THE DEPARTMENT of Justice has
"successfully met the challenge of en-
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THURSDAY, May 22, 1980
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