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R TESTERS Michael King with a rock. Both stood "We bring charges where crimes are
tinue from PagelE silent when asked to enter a plea. The commited," Lady said. "If there's evi-
action was entered as a not guilty plea. dence to support, we prosecute a
"These kids are very bright, very crime."
decision could still be filed in the case, angry that they were charged, and Small groups demonstrated outside
although such an action would be scared, of course," Washington said. the Washtenaw County Courthouse in
"unusual." Titterton and Bosse are both sched- support of the protesters before and
Lady said the case against Breese uled to appear before Circuit Judge during the proceedings, saying police
could be rebrought before the court if Patrick Conlin on August 15. Each actions on the day of the rally were
any new evidence is discovered. count of felonious assault is punishable unjustified.
Michael Helms, 20, and Russell by a $2;000 fine and up to four years in Others who supported the protesters
Stewart, 21, requested and were granted prison. had previously crashed the July 1 City
proceedings delays. They are scheduled Washington said the defense attor- Council meeting, demanding that
to appear in court next Thursday. Both neys share strong optimism about the charges against those arrested at the
are charged with felonious assault. upcoming jury trials of Bosse and June 22 rally be dropped.
Matthew Titterton, 20, and Thomas Titterton. "We believe all of these indi- On Monday, most of the City
Bosse, 19, were both ordered to stand viduals are not guilty and will be so Council members spoke out in public
trial for felonious assault. Titterton is found," he said. support of the police actions after
charged with three separate charges, all Washington said he finds the pursuit reviewing video footage of the rally.
for allegedly throwing objects at police of the charges to be unfounded. "Why
officers near the fence that surrounded is the prosecutor pursuing these charges M ATLO CK
the Larcom Municipal Building. Bosse and wasting the taxpayers' money?" he Continued from Page 1
is accused of assaulting Detective said.C
uled to officiate a charity basketball
event. Matlock contends an officer
attacked him before he had a chance to
A A identify himself.
Matlock's attorney, Dick Soble, was
unavailable for comment.
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"It's a significant step forward," reserve group of officers.
Rose said."It helps open up the com- Observing the security provided by
munity to students with children." the Ann Arbor Police Department last
The administrative decision was month and the security measures taken
made "to reflect the fact that we have a in similar situations was helpful in
lot of single-parent households nowa- determining an appropriate approach
days," Molin said. to protecting the Klan, Garcia said.
Molin said the revised policy will be Like the Saginaw department,
the "exception, not the rule," for ticket AAPD consulted police departments in
policies at comparable universities. other cities that had been faced with
Students must provide either a birth similar situations of possible co
certificate or a proof of guardianship to frontation. AAPD Deputy Chief Cra
purchase the discounted tickets for Rodenick said the department viewed
their children. Molin said he has videotapes from various cities and con-
already begun to meet with ticket man- sulted with the Livingston County
agers to explain the procedure. Sheriff, the Michigan State Police in
Lansing, and indirectly with other
of the University community is treat- departments.
ed such as John Matlock," the letter "The physical setup was based on
said. "As managers of crisis and con- models that were developed by other
flict, DPS should have conducted police agencies," Rodenick said.
themselves in a more professional Garcia said he knew of only one
manner. We are appalled and disap- incident of violence during the ral .
pointed at the legal predicament in The incident occurred when a man wh
which John Matlock has been placed walked through the crowd wearing an
by their behavior." emblem was attacked by the protesters,
SCOR president Tara Young said he said.
her organization is greatly concerned "They chased him and punched him
about the way DPS handled the situ- a few times. He passed a number of
ation. police officers and he obviously wasn't
"If training is uniform among DPS interested in talking to us," Garcia said.
employees, then we can assume this Rick Nix, the director of the Catholic
crowd-control situation could be Diocese of Saginaw Office of Black
repeated in the future," Young said. concerns spoke out to the crowd, askio
Matlock's arrest has led to serious them to refrain from using violence to
scrutiny of DPS practices, as well as voice their dissatisfaction with the Klan
policy changes regarding DPS's presence. He spoke against members of
accountability for their actions. The the National Women's Rights
University's Public Safety Oversight Organizing Coalition, including some
Committee, which had been virtually Ann Arbor members, who organized a
inoperative before the incident, was large anti-KKK effort in Saginaw.
granted greater power in handling "Don/t let them (NWROC) use you,"
complaints against DPS last month. Nix said. "They are professional pro-
Matlock has served as director of testers.'
OAMI since 1989. He holds both a Nix told Saginaw residents th
master's degree in journalism and a would have to deal with the aftena
doctorate in higher education manage- of any violent eruption, after the out-
ment from the University. Prior to his of-town protesters had gone home.
position as OAMI director, Matlock Garcia said there were no charges
served as chief of staff to U.S. filed in the attack.
Representative John Conyers (D- -Daily Photo Editor Mark Friedman
Detroit). contributed to this report.
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