The Press: In Buffllo


Tall, blonde, "rangy," handsome editor Carl C. Magee of Albuquerque last week stood his trial for manslaughter. His case had aroused the whole southwest (TIME, Aug. 31). A few years ago he went into New Mexico, began to publish a paper. He began to attack New Mexico's corrupt politics and the crowd of whom Albert B. Fall was one. He was accused of libel and tried before a Judge Leahy, who he openly charged was corrupt. The trial was sensational, a jury was gathered none of whom could speak English. Magee was...

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