DOMINICAN REPUBLIC: Whitewash for Trujillo

New-Dealing New York Lawyer Morris Ernst, who has defended liberal causes ranging from James Joyce's Ulysses to the Sauerkraut Workers Union, this week finished a chore with a somewhat different aroma. After ten months on the payroll of Dominican Dictator Rafael Trujillo, Ernst declared in a 95-page report that he had not found one scrap of evidence to link his eminent employer to the unsolved Galindez-Murphy case (TIME, April 2, 1956 et seq.). He airily dismissed as a "canard" the strong circumstantial case that leads newsmen and the FBI to a single...

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