Witness for the Prosecution

Johnson, Gerald W.
July 1962
New Republic;7/16/62, Vol. 147 Issue 3, p10
Focuses on the use of Mr. Gilbert as the witness for the prosecution of U.S. President John F. Kennedy. Comments on the capabilities of Gilbert as witness; Investigation of the behavior of the president to the businesses; Discussion of the credibility of Gilbert; Approval of a stern code by Americans who have not been stung by the operations of the financial highbinders.


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