Brannon Letter December 14, 1946
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John G. Brannon
Restrictions and regulations being placed on the defense counsel. Brannon wonders “Shall I take a sincere defense and protect the U.S. or shall I go all out?” Richardson cross-examination and the cross-examination in front of the judges. Nagano’s fate resting in his hands. The anxiety of representing Japanese in a defense and still be a patriotic American. His defense of Nagano.
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