The Weathermen have been cleared completely of any connection with the firing of two bullets into the Cambridge police station early last month.
The Middlesex County Grand Jury last Friday returned no bill of indictment against Weatherman James H. Reeves for assault with intent to commit murder in connection with the incident. Judge M. Edward Viola of East Cambridge District Court already had dismissed 29 other charges against 24 Weathermen after hearing James W. Paradise testify that the Cambridge police had forced him to sign a false statement implicating the Weathermen in the shooting.
The Grand Jury did return a bill of indictment against Reeves, William L. Georghegan, and Jill H. Wattenburg for failure to have a firearm identification card. The three Weathermen will be arraigned in Middlesex County Superior Court this week.
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