Brannon Letter February 3, 1947
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John G. Brannon
The defense’s motion to dismiss is denied. The defense is allowed to prepare for 3 weeks. Brannon writes that he does not want to take an active part in court, because he does not wish to speak against his country. The other defense attorneys.
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