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rasa 1CA Reenter Democrat and Chrcride. Tuesday, March 21, 1972 Berrigan Trial looks' at Steam System HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) -Government witnesses at the trial of the Rev. Philip Berrigan and six co-defendants testified yesterday about the layout and operation of the steam tunnel heating system of Washington, D.C. The defendants are accused of plotting to blow up the system as part of an anti-war protest. "What would the effect be on the steam distribution system if there were several simultaneous disruptions of the pipes?" a government witness, Carroll Harmison, was asked at the federal conspiracy trial of Berrigan and six other antiwar militants. "The plant would be closed down," Harmison told deputy Assistant Atty. Gen. William Lynch. "All functions would have to be curtailed or eliminated. It would paralyze the function the steam was needed for." The seven-mile tunnel sys tem serving 75 government buildings crosses beneath Pennsylvania Avenue about two blocks from the Whit House. 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