Judge Joseph Karesh Leaves Los Siete Trial (KPIX-TV)
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KPIX-TV news footage from June 11th 1970 with reporter Dave Monsees featuring brief scenes from a press conference by attorney Charles Garry, who is defending Los Siete de la Raza in their trial for the murder of SFPD officer Joe Brodnik. Judge Joseph Karesh has just quit the trial, which has been reassigned to Judge Laurence Mana by the Presiding Judge Robert Drewes and Garry believes his clients can't get a fair trial: "All of the 13 months of motions that Judge Karesh has heard has all gone under the water. All of these things will have to be renewed ... In the 31 years that I've been at this bar, I have never seen this kind of a display on the part of the judiciary." Opening graphic designed by Carrie Hawks.
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- Young Broadcasting of San Francisco, Inc.
- KPIX 102325
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