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Brannon Letter November 19, 1948
Letter from John G. Brannon to General MacArthur asking MacArthur to reconsider the sentence of Admiral Oka.
Brannon Letter January 12, 1947
Brannon decides to stay in Japan and continue to help out on the defense team. Brannon takes on the defenses of Admiral Shimada, Admiral Oka, General Hashimoto and General Sato. The possibility of helping with Prime ...
Brannon Letter December 17, 1946
The Richardson cross-examination. Reduction of the Defense staff, Warren the lawyer for Admiral Oka leaving and the lawyer for Admiral Shimada being sent home for infraction of rules.
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 November 22, 1948
Waiting for word on his habeas corpus petition. Sending letters to MacArthur to reconsider the sentences of Oka and Shimada.