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Brannon Letter November 28, 1948
America evacuating China. The delay of the petition for habeas corpus and MacArthur’s refusal to change the sentences of Shimada and Oka.
Brannon Letter January 19, 1949 & January 22, 1949
First letter recounting his argument before the Supreme Court. Second letter last letter from Japan.
Brannon Letter September 15, 1948
Continued efforts to file a petition for habeas corpus. Meetings with several Japanese men.
Brannon Letter November 18, 1948
[enclosure: original habeas corpus petition to SCOTUS] No letter but a small note regarding the enclosure.
Brannon Letter May 28, 1948
All fired defense attorneys are reinstated. Comments on the Tribunal and trial. Forcing the Tribunal to see that there are two sides to the trial.
Brannon Letter October 2, 1948
A case involving a newspaper being accused of violating the “Press Code.”
Brannon Letter December 7, 1946
Brannon’s cross-examination of Admiral Richardson on November 25 and 26th, 1946. Financial problems of keeping the employees afloat during the trial.
Brannon Letter May 21, 1948
Personal matters. The Netherland judge writing a dissenting opinion.
Brannon Letter November 14, 1947
The health toll the trial is taking on all of the participants.
Brannon Letter January 16, 1948
Politics in Kansas City as Bernard runs for sheriff.