Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 25, 1973 · Page 21
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Qalesburg Register-Mail GALESBURG, ILL, WED., JULY 25, 1973 SEC. 3 fAGfc 21 nan 11 -Year - Old Boy DALLAS (VPt) - A police man trying terrify an 11 year-old lay into giving him information by pointing a pistol at his head shot and killed the handcuffed lad Tuesday. The officer, barrelt L. Cain, 30, was charged with murder and suspended from the force. Cain, a 5-year veteran of the police department, was arraigned ahd released after his attorney posted $5,000 bond. The victim, Santos Rodriguez, was shot once below the left ear with a .357-magnum revolver. The boy had a juvenile record for shoplifting and burglary. He was arrested at his home because it was believed he and his brother were involved in a. suspected burglary at a service station Police Permission Police said the grandfather of Santos Rodriguez and his 13 year-old brother, David, gave police permission to take the boys back to the service station. It was believed Cain was sitting in the back seat of a patrol car with David and Santos was in the front seat. Both boys were handcuffed with their hands behind their backs. Cain told police investigators he attempted to frighten Santos by pointing his revolver at the boy's head. The gun went off and killed Santos. Cain said it was an accident. Police Chief Frank Dyson said, "We feel that the action on his part was completely uncalled for ... unjustified...and illegal." ' WATCH for the "BOUNTY HUT" Assistant •*• police chief Don Steele said criminal charges have not been filed against David Rodriguez in connection with the burglary Of a soft drink machine at the gas station. Police said $8 was taken. y , • "We will investigate further to determine if these boys were the perpetrators of the burglary," Steele said. Cain was involved in the April 20, 1970, shooting of Michael Moorhead, 18. On that occasion, Cain and another officer answered a silent burglary alarm at a tavern. Moorhead was shot three times as he ran from the tavern. Both officers were cleared by a grand jury investigation. Pentagon Reveals Black-Tie Dinner WASHINGTON. (UP1) Eighty-one Americans-most of them Green Berets—lost their lives in secret wartime mis* sions in Laos and Cambodia, the Pentagon has revealed. The Defense Department said Tuesday that families of the men and the Congress Were falsely told that the deaths occurred in South Vietnam. It was the first time Pentagon spokesmen had admitted publicly that ground reconnaissance teams were sent into Laos and Cambodia while the war by public pronounce mcnt was restricted to South Vietnam. Praised Pentagon Sen. Harold E. Hughes, I> Iowa, whose Senate subcommit tee has been investigating secret U.S. . operations in Indochina, praised the Pentagon for voluntarily releasing the information but said it did not justify the original order to falsify the records or the decision to give out erroneous information. "It is doubly tragic that even their loved ones did not know of the heroism of these men who died while on highly hazardous intelligence missions in enemy territory," Hughes said. Jerry W. Friedheim, a Pentagon spokesman, said 55 of the deaths occurred in Laos where the secret missions started in 1965. The other 26 men died in Cambodia from the period 1967 to "the early 1970s," Friedheim said. President and Mrs. Nixon pose with their guests the Shah and Empress Farah of Iran prior to a black-tie dinner in their honor at the White House. UNIFAX Nixon, Shah Discuss Peace N. Y. Police Seize Seven Sex Movies NEW YORK (UPI) - Police seized seven sex movies from theaters in the Times Square area Tuesday in what was described as their first major such move against obscenity since the Supreme Court ruling. But one of the theaters reopened shortly after the raids, showing another print of the film that had been confiscated. Three persons were arrested in the raids; and warrants were issued for four others. "Behind the Green Door," a popular sex film, was among those confiscated. WASHINGTON (UPI) President Nixon and the Shah of Iran said Tuesday night there is greater chance for world peace now than at any time in history, but both stressed it must be a peace guaranteed by strength. The two leaders made their comments at a state dinner thaf followed a day of discussions centering on a theme of peace through strength in the oil rich Persian Gulf area. Nixon and the Shah, On Vacation GILSON — Mr. and Mrs. Steven Putnam and family and his sister, Joni Putnam, are on a 3-week vacation in the Western United States. The Pentagon houses the offices of the Secretary of Defense, the Secretaries of the Army, Navy and Air Force and the military Chiefs of Staff. both known to be concerned about growing Soviet influence in the Middle East, planned further talks today. Critical Area In the presence of Soviet Ambassador Anatoly Dobrynin, Nixon called the Middle East "a critical area of the world that is potentially the most explosive." In toast remarks Nixon told the Shah that "your leadership is critical to any hopes that we can find a way to avoid any eruption that would break the peace." "Perhaps the world has never had • a greater opportunity for world peace," Nixon said "This is a chance that all of us as world leaders must not allow to slip by. This has been the subject of our talks today." Purchase Jets The President 1 said the Shah who reportedly wants to purchase a dozen F14 supersonic jet fighter bombers for Iran's defense, "plays a very centra role in terms of keeping that peace and building it:" In his reply, the Shah praised Nixon for ending the Vietnam war and beginning a detente with the Soviet Union and the Peoples Republic of China. The American elm tree is known botanically as Ulmus americana. 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