Thomas W. Warner, Jr. sits next to detective Pearl Antibus who was suing his millionaire father for damages that resulted from a raid on her home, Los Angeles, 1938
- Thomas W. Warner, Jr. sits next to detective Pearl Antibus who was suing his millionaire father for damages that resulted from a raid on her home, Los Angeles, 1938
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- April, 1938
- Los Angeles Daily News
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- Mrs. Antibus sued Mr. Warner after her home was raided by Buron Fitts and several of his deputies at the request of Mr. Warner. The raid of Mrs. Antibus' home was conducted in order to search for Mr. Warner's son, Thomas W. Warner, Jr. Mr. Warner, Jr. was found hiding inside the home with his girlfriend Mrs. Jean MacDonald. The pair had been hiding in the home from Mr. Warner, Sr. who was opposed to their relationship and was seeking to end all contact between the pair. Mrs. Antibus served as a private detective for Mr. Warner, Jr. and had previously conducted an investigation into the life of Mrs. MacDonald in attempt to determine whether she was truly in love with Mr. Warner, Jr. Mrs. Antibus alleged that the raid left several of her visitors injured and was unnecessarily violent.
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