"Ahmad vows to 'prove innocence'"
Newspaper clipping from the January 26, 1971 edition of The Chicago Maroon of an article by Steve Cook. Eqbal Ahmad, indicted for conspiring to kidnap Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, vowed to prove his innocence in court. However, Ahmad added, "I am likely to be tried for my ideas, for my words, much more than for my deeds."
Date: January 26, 1971
Subject(s): Eqbal Ahmad
Type: Newspaper Clipping
Source: The Chicago Maroon
Location: The University of Chicago, Chicago, IL
Holding Institution: Hampshire College
Collection: Eqbal Ahmad Papers at Hampshire College
Digitizer: Manan Desai
Item History: 2014-08-03 (created); 2014-08-04 (modified)
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