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After calling a recess, Judge Edward Blythin grants permission to photographers to take pictures of the Jurors. Corrigan objects, but Blythin doesn't respond and leaves the room. Corrigan then calls back the court stenographer to take notes of the incident, because he thought the large amount of photographers made the scene into a "show", considering, as he said, "a man's on trial for his life."
Judge Edward Blythin, William J. Corrigan, Howard L. Barrish, Elizabeth A. Borke, Edmond L. Verlinger, William C. Lamb, Louise K. Feuchter, Jack N. Hansen, Ann W. Foote, Beatrice P. Orenstein, James C. Bird, Frank G Moravec, Frank J. Kollarits, Mrs. Louella Williams, Luella Williams, Lois H. Mancini
Cleveland Press, "54/11/03 Actor Corrigan Raps Photographing of Jury" (1954). All Articles. 357.