The Ship Murder; the story of a frameup

San Francisco: the Committee, [1937]. 23p., wraps.

"A review of the circumstances surrounding the murder of George W. Alberts, the prosecution and conviction of Earl King, Ernest G. Ramsay, and Frank J. Conner for the crime, and Alameda County District Attorney Earl Warren's part in the case. Evidence is offered to show that much of the court testimony was perjured the jury hand-picked, and the presiding judge biased." *Slobodek p. 186l.

Cat.No: 21347

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