Black Panthers Rally At Alameda County Courthouse
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KRON-TV news footage from July 16th 1968 with reporter Gordon Graham featuring scenes of Black Panther Party members and other supporters rallying outside the Alameda County Courthouse in Oakland, where Huey P. Newton is about to stand trial for the murder of Oakland police officer John Frey. Graham's explains in voice over that Newton's attorney Charles Garry is arguing that his client's jury panel should be re-constituted.
Note that Movette Film Transfer of San Francisco remastered a 16mm negative print of this film in December 2018 in 2K resolution (2048x1556 pixels), using a Lasergraphics film scanner. Opening graphic designed by Carrie Hawks.
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- Nexstar Media Group, Inc.
- KRON 1864-2-2K
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