CRIME: Where it Happened

For the third time Tom Mooney passed out of San Quentin Prison last week, was ferried under guard across the bay to San Francisco, where he and Warren K. Billings were convicted of bombing the local Preparedness Day parade in 1916, with a loss of ten lives. So often has the militant U. S. Labor movement thrust his case into court in a consistently unsuccessful effort to exonerate it and him, free him from a life sentence, that today Tom Mooney has come to think of himself...

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