From Wed Mar 8 13:42:17 EST 1995
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From: (Peter Swanson)
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Subject: Baker bond appeal denied
Date: 8 Mar 1995 18:41:13 GMT
Organization: University of Michigan Engineering, Ann Arbor
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( removed from crosspost, after complaints from two readers)

Baker bond denied in appellate court

In yet another article in the Michigan Daily, Josh White reports:

LSA sophomore Jake Baker remains in Milan Federal Prison after the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinatti allowed his detention order to stand, his attorney said yesterday.

"The panel of judges ruled that the previous decision should not be overturned," Baker's attorney said last night.

Federal Judge Avern Cohn, however, decided late yesterday afternoon to schedule another detention hearing for 10:30 a.m. today, after the 6th Circuit Court granted him the right to do so despite a U.S. Attorney's office emergency motion to block such an action.

[The remainder of the article repeated this information with different wording]

Incomplete information on the Baker case and relevant links, including my prior informational postings on the subject and the (anonomized) story in question may be found on the WWW at:

If you know of other relevant WWW sites, please notify me and I will add links to the page.

| Peter J. Swanson | |
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