Press: Ban-of-the-Week

The magazine: Crime Detective for October; in Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minn. The banners: Hennepin County Attorney Ed Goff and Ramsey County Attorney Michael Kinkead. Authority: State "anti-defamatory" statute protecting the mem ory of dead men. Reason: an article, "Murder in Minneapolis," by Edith Liggett, widow of crusading Editor Walter W. Liggett, murdered in Minneapolis Dec. 9, 1935, in which the late Governor Floyd B. Olson of Minnesota is attacked. Also attacked by Mrs. Liggett: County Attorney Goff, now running for reelection, and other Minneapolis politicians. Widow Liggett, 37, now lives...

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