CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 10, 1988
In his column " 'Freedom for the Thought That We Hate' Should Have Guided Shultz on Arafat" (Op-Ed Page, Dec. 2) Gary Hart is as confused as ever. Secretary of State George Shultz is not trying to keep Arafat from speaking his mind. Arafat can speak all he wants in Geneva or any place else but not in the United States for the simple fact that he can be legally charged as an accessory to the murder of a number of Americans. Arafat has never apologized for these murders or offered reparations to the families of the victims.