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Judges Leonard P. Moore, James L. Oakes, Henry J. Friendly, Rev. Moon, Laurence Tribe; 1982, Court of Appeals - Rev. Moon

Rev. Sun Myung Moon observes as his attorney, Lawrence H. Tribe, addresses appellate judges Leonard P. Moore, James L. Oakes, and Henry J. Friendly. Moon's sentence for tax fraud was upheld.

Date: 

1982

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37.5 x 46

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Box: 

58

Folder: 

328

Identifier: 

5972

ADA Martin Auerbach, Edw. Markowitz, Austin J. Doyle, Judge Morris Lasker; WNBC-TV 1985; Tax Fraud Scheme That Involved Many Prominent Actors

Edward A. Markowitz, convicted of tax fraud, appears before Judge Morris E. Lasker. Defense attorney Austin J. Doyle Jr. and prosecutor Martin J. Auerbach also appear in sketch.

Date: 

1985

Size: 

32.75 x 49.75

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Collection Information

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58

Folder: 

328

Identifier: 

5971

David Cohen, Garfinkel, Richard Hibey, Judge DiCarlo; NBC News 1986; Hearing at the International Court of Trade to Unseal and Make Public Papers of Ferdinand Marcos.

Scene from the International Court of Trade, in which attorneys for Ferdinand Marcos attempted to prevent the U.S. from handing over papers from Marcos to the government of the Philippines. Richard A. Hibey, an attorney for Marcos, addresses Judge Dominick L. DiCarlo. David M. Cohen, a U.S. Justice Department official, and Eric Garfinkel, another attorney for Marcos, also appear in sketch.

Date: 

1986

Size: 

32.75 x 49.75

Subjects: 

Collection Information

Box: 

58

Folder: 

328

Identifier: 

5959

Hans Laats, U.S. Att. Rodney Smith, Trial of U.S. v. Karl Linnas - Nazi

Prosecutor Rodney G. Smith watches video footage of the witness testimony of Hans Laats during the trial of Karl Linnas, a U.S. citizen charged with war crimes as the commandant of a Nazi death camp. Linnas was eventually deported to the Soviet Union in 1987.

Date: 

1981

Size: 

38 x 45.75

Subjects: 

Collection Information

Box: 

58

Folder: 

328

Identifier: 

5957

Att. Louis Aidala, "Orlando", Salvatore Odierno; 1984 WNBC-TV; Surprise Witness Who Accused Sect. of Labor Donovan Involvement in Murder Trial, Bronx, N.Y.

Salvatore Odierno, who was convicted of murdering Nat Masselli, appears with defense attorney Louis Aidala. The witness testimony asserted that Odierno shot Masselli to block an investigation of US Secretary of Labor Raymond J. Donovan. Justice Jerome L. Reinstein presides.

Date: 

1983

Size: 

32.75 x 49.75

Subjects: 

Collection Information

Box: 

58

Folder: 

328

Identifier: 

5956

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