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Court Says Helfand Guilty of Charges

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Ira D. Helfand 71, was found guilty yesterday of criminal trespassing on Harvard property, in Cambridge District Court. No sentence was issued, and the case was placed on file instead.

Although he would have preferred a not guilty verdict. Helfand said the case was "basically a victory, because Harvard felt that they didn't have enough evidence to put me in jail."

The University brought charges against Helfand' for his alleged participation in the antiwar' sit-in at Littauer Center on May 10.

"Harvard just wants to intimidate people like me." Helfand said.

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