From the Nippon Times. Subtitle: "Prosecution Presents Documents to Prove Japan's Plot in N. China." Of note, mentions "Mrs. Grace K. Llewellyn, sole woman member of the prosecution staff" who "took the floor and introduced a protocol signed by the USSR and the Mongolian People's Republic to illustrate Japan's campaign for a steady westward expansion." She also responded to an objection from defense counsel Maj. George Furness. Other individuals mentioned include: Elton M. Sutton (prosecutor - note: believe this is a misprint combination of David Nelson Sutton and Elton M. Hyder), Koki HIROTA (defendant), Chuichi ARIYOSHI (Ambassador to China), Capt. Alfred Brooks (defense counsel), Sir William Webb (Tribunal President), Peter J. Lawless (former chief of police in Tientsin and Pelping), Somei Uzawa, Miyake Shotaro (former counsel for Yoshijiro UMEZU - defendant), Mitsuo Miyata (counsel for UMEZU), Elton Hyder (prosecutor), Judge Walter McKenzie (prosecutor).
1946CE Jul 31st