Joseph Tate Constable 12 Sept 1928

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Joseph Tate Constable
12 Sept 1928 - DENBORN NEGRO ACQUITTED AND COSTS DIVIDED · H....
DENBORN NEGRO ACQUITTED AND COSTS DIVIDED · H. O. Terry, Edenborn negro, Vrtiose liquor case proved one of the inost Interesting lii local courts in .months, was found not guilty by Jury which returned a sealed verdict this morning. Constable Joseph Tate of German township, the prosecutor, was directed to pay three-fourths the costs while Terry gets away the rest._ Terry claimed he was arrested cause he had refused or failed to "business" with the officers, and that his home had been raided a quantity of liquor had been "planted" there for the purpose oi "getting" "getting" him.

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  1. The Evening Standard,
  2. 12 Sep 1928, Wed,
  3. Page 8

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  • Joseph Tate Constable 12 Sept 1928

    popstater – 29 Apr 2013

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