|On September 18, 1926, Matthew Brady, district attorney of San Francisco, wrote to the Governor of California, Friend W. Richardson: "If these matters that have developed during the trials could be called to the attention of a court that had jurisdiction to grant a new trial, undoubtedly a new trial would be granted. Furthermore, if a new trial were granted, there would be no possibility of convicting Mooney or Billings." >>more...>>
Title: The Third Act of the Mooney Drama
Author: DeFord, Miriam Allen
Publication: The Nation
Date: June 14, 1933
Publisher: The Nation
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- Mooney, Thomas J.
- San Francisco, California
Notes: Vol. 136, No. 3545, p. 661.