J.C. Fast may plead insanity article in Miami, OK paper 1 Aug 1937

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are China's hope against further division crisis. — a here students bed if injuries, remained a with today recovering in a Curry, all students, collision. — was federal sait jai to a shor wa FAST MAY VOICE INSANITY PLEA Indication Leads to Examination Examination of Muskogee Bank Slayer by Two Doctors MUSKOGEE, July 31—<#>—Two physicians examined J. C. Fast, r., in his jail cell as funeral services services were held here today for the man whom he is accused of slaying, Lawrence W. McLean, banker and civic leader. County Attorney A. Jamp' Bonds, asserting he anticipated anticipated a defense plea of insanity, disclosed the two physicians had questioned Fast, member of a prominent Muskogee" family, and would be used as witnesses. McLean, 49, president of the Muskogee Chamber of Commerce, was shot down at his desk in the Commercial National bank Thursday Thursday while talking to Fast. Harry Davis, Fast's attorney, while declining to outline the defense defense strategy, declared a state- merit Fast made to Bonds ah'd Police Police Chief Ed Corbin shortly, after shooting "shows the rambling of a man who doesn't kftow what he is talking about." "I can't show my hand now," Davis added. "In a case of this nature nature we can't say what we are going going to do." Fast was quoted by Bonds as saying: "I did it. I have no alibi. I was drunk and mad." Bonds also quoted Fast as saying the banker had refused to lend him $200 to cover an overdrawn account. Funeral services were held this afternoon and three Muskogee closed in respect to Mrs. J. C. Fast, Sr., parents of the accused 32-year-old former University of Oklahoma student, visited their son today. His wife has not seen him since corporations electric service. service year school of of Homestead that part, $2,993,164 the total if it banks were McLean. Mr. and his arrest, grief. She was prostrated by broken total $223,027; Ottawa, $6,786,540. No. (Modoc),

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  1. Miami Daily News-Record,
  2. 01 Aug 1937, Sun,
  3. Page 1

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