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Michigan Legislature Urges Carter, Congress to Protest Daoud Release

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The Michigan Legislature has protested the release of Palestinian terrorist Abu Daoud by the French government. The Senate Joined the House in overwhelmingly approving a resolution which urges the President and Congress to protest Daoud’s release.

The resolution was sponsored by House Mamority Floor Leader Joseph Forbes and Speaker. Bobby D. Crim, both Democrats, “The release came despite a request from the West German government that Daoud be extradited to stand trial for his alleged part in the Munich massacre,” Crim said. “That release, in the words of the resolution, is a blot on international justice and an encouragement of further acts of terror and murder. It was a very regrettable action.”

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