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May 13, 1980 - Image 14

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Page 14-Tuesday, May 13, 1980-The Michigan Daily
Court strikes down
desegregation plan
(Continued on Page 12)

rulings last Sept. 24.
Jane Fonda and Tom Hayden lost at
the Supreme Court on their bid for ac-
cess to a government agency's in-
telligence reports on their anti-war ac-
tivities.
The actress and her husband argued
that allowing the National Security
Agencyto decide what it wants to
disclose gives it "a cloak of absolute
secrecy" which could hide activities
that should be known to the public -
such as "defection of NSA personnel to
a foreignenemy."
FONDA DREW widespread publicity
when, at the height of the war protests,
she visited American prisoners of war
in North Vietnam and reported on what
they said about the conflict. She later
married Hayden, former editor-in-chief
of the Daily, a leader of the antiwar
movement, and one of the Chicago
Seven.

The suit was initiated when the in-
telligence agency refused to give Fonda
and Hayden the files they requested
underthe Freedom of Information Act.
In turning down Hayden and Fonda
without comment, the Supreme Court
apparently agreed with the government
view that allowing types and channels
of communications to be identified
"would permit targets of NSA sur-
veillance to thwart the NSA's ability to
gather intelligence information."
The Supreme Court ruled 6-3 that a
criminal suspect's Miranda rights are
not violated when casual remarks by
police draw incriminating statements
from him.
The majority opinion said the
requirements of the court's 1966 Miran-
da decision are triggered when "a per-
son in custody is subjected to either ex-
press questioning or its functional
equivalent."

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Bus recovered
A salvage worker walks atop the wreckage of a Greyhound bus, one of four
vehicles known to have plunged into Tampa Bay Friday morning when an-
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