ft wayne, indiana march 1, 1915

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ft wayne, indiana march 1, 1915 - HAD HIS ATTORNEY T John Boroski Had Not Been...
HAD HIS ATTORNEY T John Boroski Had Not Been ETffirely'OpTrrHTIl'r" Consultations. John tforpskl, a Polish laborer, was riven a preliminary hearing ia the eity court Slonday morning on a tfliargo ot ttealing largo quantities ot btm from the T - cnnsylVania Railroad company, and at the end of it lie was bound to, tho lircuit comt on a grajid larceny charge with his - bond filed at $500. J)orokll (dentl) had not teen entirely frank, ln his consultations - with. Otto V. Fuelbe,',! his counsel, fots the state' testimony ptogresaed Attorney yuelbcr was considerably considerably noit jdusaed a time or two aaE damaging statements nholly tinlooked for came out. Boroski's defense vit that lie had gune to the railroad yards (a get coal and that his companion, who has not )tt been captured, stripped tho brass from the locomotive, and threw it enclosed in a bag to Boroski, who aup - i posed it to be) coal. It was a, weak story and felt to j icces

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  1. The Fort Wayne Sentinel,
  2. 01 Mar 1915, Mon,
  3. Page 10

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