Ambulance driver Harry T. Meredith on the witness stand during the murder trial of Paul A. Wright, Los Angeles, 1938
- Ambulance driver Harry T. Meredith on the witness stand during the murder trial of Paul A. Wright, Los Angeles, 1938
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- January 24, 1938
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- Ambulance driver Harry T. Meredith on the witness stand during the Paul A. Wright "white flame" double murder trial. During the trial Meredith recounted transporting Evelyn Wright and Johnny Kimmel, wife and best friend of Paul A. Wright, from the Wright residence to the hospital on the night of their murders. Paul A. Wright is accused of shooting the two after allegedly finding them in an embrace on a piano bench in his home.
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