"Not Guilty!"

A man stands as a defendant before a judge in a court of law. For several weeks now this man has heard testimony tending falsely to link him with a crime. His own defense attorneys have countered this testimony with evidence of the defendant's innocence. At last each side has rested its case. It's up to the jury. After a time of deliberation, they return to the courtroom and declare, "Not guilty!"

What sweeter words could the accused hear? Not guilty! Free!

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BETHESDA
July 4, 1977
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