National Affairs: Indiana Corruption

In Indiana, last week, a jury in the Marion County Criminal Court said, with marked lack of hesitancy: "Guilty. Thirty days in Marion County jail. $1,000 fine. Disenfranchisement until Nov. 2, 1929."

Mayor John L. Duvall of Indianapolis, convicted and thus sentenced, said: "I have nothing to say."

Prosecuting Attorney William H. Remy said: "As long as I am in office this fight against political corruption is going to continue. . . . This case will not be the end."

Mayor Duvall's defense counsel, who mean to appeal his conviction through the Indiana Supreme Court,...

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