THE LAW: Congress Off Limits

In March 1953 a two-man subcommittee of the House Armed Services Committee called a Pittsburgh law clerk to Washington and asked him, in effect: Had he murdered an OSS major named William V. Holohan while they were together on a wartime mission behind the German lines in Italy in 1944? The witness was ex-Lieut. Aldo Lorenzo Icardi, 35, and the question was not unexpected. The Defense Department had already accused Icardi and a Rochester tool designer, ex-Sergeant Carl G. LoDolce, of shooting Major Holohan and dumping his body in a...

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