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August 22, 1986
Janice Hart, a supporter of radical politician Lyndon H. LaRouche Jr., was found guilty by a jury in Skokie, Ill., of disrupting an archbishop's speech by presenting him with a piece of raw liver. Hart, who won the Democratic nomination for Illinois secretary of state, was fined $500, the maximum for the misdemeanor conviction. She said she offered the liver to Roman Catholic Archbishop Rembert Weakland of Milwaukee during his speech last year at a synagogue in Glencoe, Ill.
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August 22, 1986
Janice Hart, a supporter of radical politician Lyndon H. LaRouche Jr., was found guilty by a jury in Skokie, Ill., of disrupting an archbishop's speech by presenting him with a piece of raw liver. Hart, who won the Democratic nomination for Illinois secretary of state, was fined $500, the maximum for the misdemeanor conviction. She said she offered the liver to Roman Catholic Archbishop Rembert Weakland of Milwaukee during his speech last year at a synagogue in Glencoe, Ill.
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May 27, 1986 | Associated Press
Circuit Court Judge Morris Topol issued an arrest warrant today for Janice Hart, a Lyndon LaRouche supporter who captured the Democratic nomination for secretary of state, when she failed to appear in court for a hearing. Hart, 31, is facing a misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct stemming from an incident last May when she is reported to have disrupted a lecture by the Archbishop of Milwaukee by handing him a piece of raw liver.
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June 23, 1986 | United Press International
Janice Hart, a follower of political extremist Lyndon LaRouche Jr. and Democratic candidate for Illinois secretary of state, was arrested today for failing to appear at a court hearing May 27. Cook County Circuit Judge Morris Topol issued the arrest warrant when Hart failed to appear before him last month on a disorderly conduct charge. Hart was arrested when she arrived at the courthouse today for a new court hearing.
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June 23, 1986 | United Press International
Janice Hart, a follower of political extremist Lyndon LaRouche Jr. and Democratic candidate for Illinois secretary of state, was arrested today for failing to appear at a court hearing May 27. Cook County Circuit Judge Morris Topol issued the arrest warrant when Hart failed to appear before him last month on a disorderly conduct charge. Hart was arrested when she arrived at the courthouse today for a new court hearing.
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May 18, 1986 | Associated Press
A federal judge ruled Friday that Adlai Stevenson cannot run for governor as an independent, leaving Stevenson with the much more difficult task of launching a third-party bid. U.S. District Judge James B. Parsons upheld the constitutionality of a state law requiring that independent candidacies be filed by last December, which Stevenson did not do.
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November 5, 1986
Republican Gov. James Thompson won a fourth term after a vitriolic rematch of his 1982 race against Democrat Adlai Stevenson III, who ran on a third-party ticket to dissociate himself from candidates backed by Lyndon H. LaRouche Jr. Thompson received 57% of the vote to Stevenson's 43%. Stevenson's uphill struggle began with the March primary when two LaRouche followers, in stunning upsets, won spots on the Democratic ticket.
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May 28, 1986 | Associated Press
A circuit judge issued an arrest warrant Tuesday for Janice Hart, a Lyndon H. LaRouche Jr. supporter who won the Democratic nomination for secretary of state, when she failed to appear in court for a hearing. Hart, 31, faces a misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct stemming from her arrest in May, 1985, after she and a companion disrupted a lecture by Archbishop Rembert Weakland of Milwaukee by handing him a piece of raw liver. The charge carries a maximum fine of $500.
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May 27, 1986 | Associated Press
Circuit Court Judge Morris Topol issued an arrest warrant today for Janice Hart, a Lyndon LaRouche supporter who captured the Democratic nomination for secretary of state, when she failed to appear in court for a hearing. Hart, 31, is facing a misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct stemming from an incident last May when she is reported to have disrupted a lecture by the Archbishop of Milwaukee by handing him a piece of raw liver.
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May 18, 1986 | Associated Press
A federal judge ruled Friday that Adlai Stevenson cannot run for governor as an independent, leaving Stevenson with the much more difficult task of launching a third-party bid. U.S. District Judge James B. Parsons upheld the constitutionality of a state law requiring that independent candidacies be filed by last December, which Stevenson did not do.
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