Mcnamara Brothers

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Earl Rogers - His Cases - Clarence Darrow, 1912-1913
... The case arose out of Darrow’s defense of the McNamara brothers, labor leaders who were indicted in the 1910 dynamiting of the Los Angeles Times building in which 21 Times non-union employees were killed ... Eventually the McNamara brothers were indicted and Clarence Darrow was brought in to defend the case ... Before the McNamara brothers could plead guilty, however, Darrow himself was indicted by the Los Angeles District Attorney for allegedly attempting to bribe a juror ...
Los Angeles Times Bombing - Conviction and Aftermath
... On December 1, 1911, the McNamara brothers changed their pleas in open court to guilty ... McNamara admitted to murder by having set the bomb that destroyed the Los Angeles Times building on October 1, 1910 ... McNamara, setting foot for the first time in court, admitted to having set the bomb that destroyed the Llewellyn Iron Works on December 25 ...

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