Law: In the Bronx

By a margin no wider than desirable, the U. S. last week escaped a replica (with variations) of the Sacco-Vanzetti case. In the Bronx (outlying borough of New York City) a jury acquitted one Calogero Greco and one Donate Carillo of the murders of one Joseph Carisi and one Nicholas Amoroso last Memorial Day. The Messrs. Carisi and Amoroso, members of the Fascist League of America, had been on their way to join Fascist comrades in a parade. The Messrs. Greco and Carillo, hot antiFascists, were alleged to have set upon them...

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