The fourteenth in a series of weekly historical radio shows produced on the campus of Georgetown University. This is described as the start of a second series of episodes. A jury finds a police officer defendant guilty and later the judge talks to the lawyers and remarks how some notable people lack moral stamina. The judge brings up the case of Benedict Arnold as an instance of this. Arnold started out as a hero of the Continental Army at the Battle of Fort Ticonderoga before becoming a turncoat and defecting to the British during the American Revolutionary War.
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