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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 tlir LLTHBKIDGE HERALD fnday, Oclobsr 1, 1971 Quebec revolutionary goes underground rather than face court lly .IOSKIMI Miic.S UK ION MOXTuKAL (CP) A dash cf mystery has ac'com- p an it'll pnK't'EHliiiL's since Court nf Q.KTji's Hindi fall rt'sunii'il trials arising from hst October's kidnap- mlirdiT ri'iMS. purportedly from the trnwisi Front elc Libera- tion dii Quebec1 .said Pierre ViiliH'iTs, revolu- tionary au'hor and former journalist, had cone under- ground ratlin- than face new court lipponranci's. The notes were directed to two -M 'i n t r e a 1 French-lan- fTu.-icc- tabloids a c-uple of days alter Vallieres disobeyed an order to appear in court Sept. 7 to have a date set for trial on chnrces of .seditious conspiracy and counselling to miirdpr and kidnapping. T h e authenticity of the "comniilniqnes" was left up in the air for weeks but Val- liercs was still among the missing late last month. There are more im- portant things for a revolu- tionary to do than submit in- t" said (he which bore FLQ symbol-signatures. PAIR SEPARATED The absence of Vallieres First became known less than a nioiilh before the anniver- sary of last year's crisis, which began Oct. 5 with the kidnapping of British diplo- mat James P.ichard (Jasper) Cross who survived (10 days of FLQ c ptuity while Pierre Lapoiu the kidnapped i i i' minister, was slain one week after his ab- duction Oct. lit. Perhaps the most piquant aspect of [he present situation is tlird Valliores has appar- ently been separated in a sense at least from sociologist Charles Gannon, 32. These (wo central figures in Quebec activism have been linked since IMfi, much of the time in jail or in court mak- ing Iheir way through a laby- rinth of terrorist charges. On Sept. -I, the Montreal Ga- zette carried an interview with Gafinon in which the for- mer university lecturer tolrl reporter George Kadwanski that the revolutionary move- ment did not need violence at present. CHARHKS DROPPED Quebec justice depart- ment announced before the fall a s s i 7. e s suspension of FLQ-connccted c h a r g e s against 32 persons in Mont- real, including Gagnon but not Vallieres. Gagnon and Jacques La- me-Langlois, a former CBC radio producer, were acquit- ted earlier of seditious con- spiracy after similar charges against labor leader Michel Charirand and lawyer Robert Lemieux had been quashed. Justice Minister Jerome Choqiietite's suspension am a proce- dure known as nolle prosequi lo seven from 39 the number of persons still facing trial here and changed the whole outlook of the fall assizes. Onlv two a iicl faced court appearances re- sulting from charges laid under the War Measures Act invoked last Oct. 1C. Vallieres was on hail on the un- tried charges and ou con- tempt of court appeals. As the assizes opened, an- other five men remained be- fore the courts on Criminal Code charges directly related to the death of Mr. Laporte, strangled Oct. 17. NEAIt-ZEHO HKCOItl) Clemency action by Mr. Choquette had expected urged in (he Quebec na- tional view of the Crown's near-zero convic- tion record in the winter, spring and summer assizes in jury trials of persons accused of lesser offences under the emergency legislation. Five of 14 persons charged with seditious offences had appeared for trial in the ear- lier assizes, and all five were acquitted. The conviction record was almost as low in cases involving charges of be- longing to or otherwise sup- porting the FLQ. Six of seven such FLQ-related charges were thrown out. But the special prosecutors at S300 a a perfect 12-For-12 record in handling murder and acces- sory charges arising from the Laporte death. Paul Rose, 27-y ear-old teacher, and laborer Francis Smard, 23. who have ap- pealed their earlier convic- tions for non-capital murder, will go en trial for kidnapping MING'S ANSWER! Now you can choose a car that is exactly what you need, what you want, what you can manage. Flem- ing's Believes That Is The Way It Should Be! From The 9 Fury Gran Coupe Satellite Seining Plus Rone! Runnel 9 Valiant O Fury Gran Sedan 3 Satellite Custom Dusler 340 Car Far You of 1 972's Scamp Fargo Adventurer 5.E. Fury Sport Suburban Satellite Regent THE RIGHT PLACE FOR THE RIGHT DEAL NOW IS FLEMING MOTORS LTD. 7th St. and 1st Avc, S. OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 9 P.M. Oct. anniversary of the finding of Laporle's hotly. The court set earlier dates for the trials of Jacques Rose, 23, brother of Paul, and Bernard Lorlie, 19, student, both charged with non-capital murder and kidnapping. Chief prosecutor pulled a surprise and aroused the ire of the defence by proceeding first with the kidnapping count against Lor-tie, rather than murder. A jury found Lorlie guilty Sept. 22 on the kidnapping charge and he will be sentenced Nov. 22. No date set for proceeding with a contempt citation resulting from Lortic's action in throwing a ball of paper at Mr. Justice Jean-Paul Bergeron during his trial. The fifth accused, Robert Dupuis, 22, is Ihe last of 11 persons charged with being accessories of the Rose brothers and Simard who were eventually arrested last Dec. 29. Sentences for tile 10 others ranged from six months lo eight years. A ID-member citizens' committee, meanwhile, has been organized to hold hearings anrl study the effects of the War Measures Act across Canada. The committee, which has no official status, was organized because "the government refused lo set up a royal commission though many groups wanted said Fernand Daoust, executive of the Quebec Federation of Labor. The five Quebec members other five come from four other scheduled their first public hearings for Mon 1 re a 1 Oct. 12-14. Quebec members besides Mr. Daoust are: Michel Bourdon and Alonzo Leblanc of the Confederation of National Trade Unions; Laurier Lap-ierre, professor at McGill University; and Adele Lauzon, a journalist. Other members are Wood-row Lloyd, former New Democratic party premier of Rev. John Morgan, a United Church minister, Toronto; Richard Dunlop, Vancouver professor; Trevor Berry, Manitoba Civil Union; and Linda Meisen-heimer, president of the student association at British Oolumbia's Simon Eraser University. ECONO SERVICE 1903 3rd Ave. S. 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Jean Chretien, federal Indian affairs minister, refuses to earning "mill the Indian leaders on this issue and he is defying those Mr. Manuel said. Meanwhile, Russell Moses, a special assistant to Mr. Chretien, continued his tour of the six reserves in the area. 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