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Artist or CreatorLeslie Gibbard
Title or Caption"Let us uphold a great American tradition, that the accused are innocent until proven guilty...."
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Published byThe Guardian
Date11 May 1973
FormatNewspaper
Embedded text or transcript"Guilty directly or indirectly! - August '70
"Certainly a massacre and under no circumstances was it justified..." December '69
Menu - Republicans Fund-Raising Dinner
Seal of the President of the United States
Person DepictedManson; Charles
Nixon; Richard M. (Richard Milhous), (1913-1994)
Implied textStatements: Mr Nixon told a press conference that what happened at My Lai, Vietnam, was "certainly a massacre" and that under no circumstance was such a massacre justified. 9 Dec 1969.
Statements: Mr Nixon told reporters that Manson was "guilty directly or indirectly of eight murders". Manson's defence lawyer said that the statement demonstrated that the case was prejudicee to the point of not allowing a fair trial. 4 Aug 1970
SubjectsPresidents USA
Republican Party USA
Speeches
USA
Watergate conspiracies
justice
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