Chicago: the group, 1977. Single leaf folded to three columns of text recto, two verso; professionally printed, local contacts penned under printed listing for national office.
Following the mysterious murder of ten patients in Ann Arbor, the FBI stepped in to investigate and ended up pressing a circumstantial case against two nurses, who were convicted on July 13. The case became a cause celebre for Asian American activists across the country and for Marxist groups, for the FBI's prosecution was viewed as racial scapegoating; the nurses' supervisor committed suicide after allegdly confessing to the crimes herself. The convictions were overturned on appeal and the case was dropped.