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Monday, May 24, 1999 - The Michigan Daily - 7

TRIALS
Continued from Page 1
Massie said Mattson's decision to have the hearing is "truly
a victory for the defense"
The defendants charged with malicious destruction of prop-
erty under $100 include David Blair, Renee Brunk, Shanta
Driver, Melissa Greene, Luke Massie. Jonathan Payne, Melissa
Resch, Jason Wade and Anya Wislocki. Wislocki also faces
charges for assault.
Before the proceedings Tuesday afternoon, supporters for the
defendants circled the entrance to the courthouse, hoisting
signs, and chanting "Fighting racism's not a crime, anti-racists
should do no time."
Tiffany Bloom, who graduated from the University earlier
this nonth, said she was pleased to hear drivers honking their
horns to offer encouragement to the protest. She said the action
shows the community's involvement with the proceedings.
"A number of people are following the cases and what's been
happening," Bloom said.
Supporters for the defendants collected over 6,000 signatures
demanding Head Washtenaw County Prosecutor Brian Mackie
drop the charges. The petition was delivered to Mackie's office
by members of Ann Arbor Antimcist Defense Coalition and the
National Women's Rights Organizing Coalition last Tuesday.

WEAPONS
Continued from Page 1
who have no felony convictions, domes-
tic abuse incidents or history of mnental
illness.
The bill passed easily in the House
with 72 votes out of a possible 110.
Although the Senate delayed deliber-
ations on a similar concealed
weapons bill after Thursday's shoot-
ings at an Atlanta-area high school,
Rep. John Hansen (D-Ann Arbor)
said lie expects the bill to pass in the
Senate as well.
Sen. David Jaye (R-Washington
Twp.), who proposed the legislation in
Senate, insists the bill would improve
public safety and eliminate discrepan-
cies which now exist between the num-
ber of permits in different counties.
Jaye cited the ten permits issued in
Washtenaw County compared with
10,000 in his home district of Macomb
County as proof of the flaws in the for-

mer legislation calling it "arbitrary and
capricious."
Jaye said "self defense is the most
important constitutional and human
right; all others pale compared to this
right."
But others are fearful of the new leg-
islation. Hansen said the bill will mean a
2 to 3 percent rise in gun permits
statewide. "More guns means more
opportunity for problems," such as chil-
dren removing weapons from "Daddy's
drawer," he said.
Rep. Gilda Jacobs (D-Huntington
Woods) said she is also apprehensive of
the ramifications of the bill. Jacobs said
"more concealed weapons mean more
death and destruction in domestic
squabbles, road rage, and crimes of pas-
sion."
Jacobs said she is opposed to Jaye's
interpretation of the right to bear arms as
stated in the Second Amendment. The
right to bear arms "was designed to arm
a militia against Britain," she said.

DROP TLHE j
ISA first-year student Agnes Aleobua and trail defendant
Adam Lerman rally outside the courthouse last Tuesday.

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