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June 15, 1982 - Image 10

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Kelly jealous of peers,
psychiatrist tells jurors

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marked in dark ink.
"I think that everyone on that list was
in danger," Blunt said.
After evaluating Kelly's mental
state, Blunt said the defendant had
some behavioral difficulties, but
Kelly's condition did not fit the legal
definition of insanity.
"MR. KELLY appeared to be kind of
a loner. He tends to blame others for
his problems. He also had some anti-
social features," Blunt said, quickly
adding that these behaviors do not
necessarily constitute insanity.
"I think Mr. Kelly met with what a lot
of students meet with at the University
of Michigan," Blunt said, explaining
that Kelly came from a high school
where he was one of the top students to
the University, where classes were
more difficult and many people
received better grades than him.
"I think that Mr. Kelly was exploding
in frustration," Blunt said. "He saw
successful people all around him."
BLUNT ALSO supported testimony
given Friday by a Forensic Center
colleague, Dr. Harley Stock. According
to Stock, Kelly initially intended to
escape from the scene of the Bursley
melee but, after thinking it over, recon-
sidered.
"I felt that the significance of the gas
mask (found in Kelly's room) was that
he would try to escape," Blunt said, but
added that "he felt fearful that during
the escape, he would be shot," and
changed his mind.
In addition, Blunt did not support
Kelly's claims that he is experiencing
amnesia regarding the incident.
"MR. KELLY has a memory for
things he wants to remember and when
he doesn't want to remember, he is
very vague about it," Blunt observed.
Under cross-examination by defense
attorney William Waterman, Blunt said
that. while he has no concrete

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Kelly
...jealousy motive cited
psychological data on which to base the
theory of premeditation, he relied on
"best experience" and also the facts of
"what happened."
Washtenaw County Circuit Court
Judge Ross Campbell denied a Water-
man call for a mistrial on the basis of
Prosectur Lynwood Noah's line of
questioning, which Waterman said was
"leading" the jury toward deciding
what should be an "appropriate"
response from the witness.
DURING THE questioning Noah had
asked Blunt whether Kelly felt any
"remorse" for his actions. "To my
knowledge Mr. Kelly has not been
remorseful," Blunt replied.
Meanwhile, jurors await testimony
from one more prosecution rebuttal
witness, Dr. Philip Margolis, a Univer-
sity professor of psychiatry, who is out
of town until tomorrow.
Campbell told jurors they can expect
to hear final arguments and begin
deliberating tomorrow or Thursday.
The trial will resume tomorrow at 1
p.m.

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Reach for the top
This construction worker,, silhouetted against yesterday morning's sky,
seems to have the clouds for his final destination. Actually, the construction
underway behind Ann Arbor's City Hall extends only a few floors up.

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The strippers have performed in a
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have to keep it in tune," Frey said.
THE REACTIONS to a recent Strip-t-
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varied. "It was just great, I've waited
33 years for this," said Bill Conn, who
received the visual message.
Another eyewitness, Richard
Dieterle, said "I enjoyed it. There was
nothing cheap or tawdry about it. It's no
different than watching a couple of
moths spiralling by the porch light."

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