The Investigations

The war of investigation reached an armistice in most sectors, but there were brisk exchanges of rifle fire on the Daugherty front.

Several employes of the Department of Justice testified that they and others in the Department had taken orders from the late Jesse Smith, who was unofficial right-hand-man of the Attorney General.

John W. H. Crim, former Assistant to the Attorney General, declared to the investigating Senators that they would have to show him a great deal of unmistakable evidence before he would believe that Mr. Daugherty had...

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