ERICKA HUGGINS OUTSIDE NEW HAVEN COURTHOUSE - 3 - 1970S Outside the New Haven County Courthouse in October 1970, supporters clap for Black Panther Ericka Huggins, who was acquitted of murder and kidnapping Alex Rackley, a New York Panther who had allegedly come under suspicion of being an informer.
Date: October, 1970 - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:12:00, No Audio
MOUNTIES INSPECT JET FOR DRUGS - 1984 Royal Mounted police stand at the bottom of a Canadian Armed Forces jet while the pilots enter and exit the plane. The jet is under inspection after New Brunswick Premier Richard Hatfield was found with a small amount of marijuana in his suitcase during a royal visit by Queen Elizabeth II. He was acquitted on the charges.
Date: October 22, 1984 - COLOR Source: Video: DV Length: 00:00:06:00, No Audio
ANGELA DAVIS VISITS MOSCOW - HD Activist and former UCLA professor Angela Davis, recently acquitted of charges for her connections to the Marin County courthouse incident, is given a warm welcome during her visit to Moscow. Mastered in Apple Pro Res 422 HQ and Uncompressed, available in all forms of HD and SD.
Date: August 29, 1972 - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:01:03:00, No Audio
CASEY ANTHONY ACQUITTED - HD In Orlando, Florida, Casey Anthony walks out of a courtroom in tears, acquitted of the charges of murdering her daughter Caylee Anthony. PLEASE NOTE - news reporter audio is for reference only and is not available for licensing purposes. Mastered in Apple Pro Res 422 HQ, available in all forms of HD and SD.
Date: July 5, 2011 - COLOR Source: HD Length: 00:00:23:00, With Audio
KLANSMAN COLLIE WILKINS ACQUITTED - 1965 Alabama Klansman Collie Wilkins is mobbed by reporters as he leaves the courthouse after his acquittal in the murder of civil rights worker Viola Liuzzo. Cut to Wilkins defense attorney discussing the case and its fairness although news media at the time pointed out the decision was made by a jury of 12 white men including four challenged by Attorney General Richmond Flowers for racial prejudice.
Date: October 22, 1965 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:01:34:00, With Audio
SAMUEL INSULL STRIKES INADVERTENT POSE FOR TIME MAGAZINE - 1934 Samuel Insull, utilities millionaire and co-founder of the company that would become General Electric walks down a set of stairs to a waiting car. Insull was charged with securities fraud three times in the mid-1930s. In an attempt to foil the media he strikes a pose that will later end up on a 1934 cover of Time magazine by shielding his face with his hat as he exits his vehicle. Mr. Insull was later acquitted of all charges against him.
SAMUEL INSULL - FORTUNE TURNS Samuel Insull, utilities millionaire and co-founder of the company that would become General Electric talks about the turn his fortune has taken from coming to America with two hundred dollars and an offer for a job to, "Today I haven't that two hundred dollars or a job either." Mr. Insull amassed a fortune in utilities and transportation companies bringing cheap electricity to millions but lost everything in the Depression and was later accused of securities fraud. Insull was cleared of the charges but left America to live in France where he later died of a heart attack penniless.
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