Not Fish, But Foul

A Federal Court in Washington found Representative Hamilton Fish's old friend and secretary, slight, nervous, bespectacled George Hill, guilty of lying like a trooper. He had told a grand jury, falsely, that he had had nothing to do with Nazi agents.

Ham Fish (from Franklin Roosevelt's district) met Trooper Hill 25 years ago on the battlefields of France. They have been thick ever since. One day last autumn a grand jury, investigating the activities of Nazi agents in the U.S., sent its agents to the Washington headquarters of an anti-British organization, the Islands For War Debts Committee,...

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