Arrest and Trial (1963–1964)
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Two students pay a drifter to murder their law professor because they despise him as a symbol of the kind of left-wing... See full synopsis »

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Deputy DA Jerry Miller
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Bradford Holcombe
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Two students pay a drifter to murder their law professor because they despise him as a symbol of the kind of left-wing... See full synopsis »

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12 April 1964 (USA)  »

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Bradford Holcombe: Reject the death penalty and you condone murder, condemn the defendant to death and you proclaim the majesty of the law!
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Another straw man vanquished.
17 October 2016 | by See all my reviews

Here's a fine example of one's opponents controlling the perception of the other side. It was done much more cerebrally back in the days of Barry Goldwater, when those evil conservatives were considered to have an intellectual dimension. In this case, the bad guy is an advanced law school student, who's psychologically deranged about the fact that his teacher is a liberal,(unusually, the term "Liberal" is used, "Conservative" is not)a foreigner that changed his name (though nothing is said as to him possibly being a Jew, we just aren't given any more information than he's from Poland)and worst of all, he insists that there be an element of mercy guiding court judgments, especially in death penalty cases.

Sounds reasonable, but crazy conservative insists on death every time. The always-given hypocrisy of conservatives is revealed here because he's tried to have the Professor murdered. An early depiction of equating conservatives with criminality.


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