Female spectator uses binoculars to view court proceedings during the trial of Police Captain Earle E. Kynette, Los Angeles, 1938
- Female spectator uses binoculars to view court proceedings during the trial of Police Captain Earle E. Kynette, Los Angeles, 1938
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- February 1938
- Los Angeles Daily News
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- Female spectator uses binoculars to view court proceedings during the trial of Police Captain Earle E. Kynette. Captain of Police Earle E. Kynette was charged with conspiracy to commit murder after the vehicle of Harry J. Raymond was bombed on January 14, 1938. Kynette was in charge of a special police intelligence unit that had been conducting surveillance on Raymond’s home from a nearby bungalow. Before the car bombing, Raymond had been conducting investigative work on Mayor Shaw and his possible connections with illegal gambling. Two other officers, Fred Browne and Roy J. Allen, connected with the intelligence unit were also charged with conspiracy to commit murder. However, Fred Browne was eventually acquitted. Kynette and Allen were both found guilty.
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