|Parent||Interpreter Will Stand Yokohama Atrocities Trial News Article|
|Collection||C.W.J. Phelps Collection|
|Folder||First Phelps Scrap Book|
|Repository||University of Virginia Law Library|
Interpreter Will Stand Yokohama Atrocities Trial YOKOHAMA – One-time Japanese interpreter at Omuta PW camp 17, Kumimtsu Yamauchi, will go on trial as a war criminal suspect charged with beating and torturing prisoners of war, it was announced. He is accused of partial responsibility for the death of Cpl. Walter R. Johnson of Kan, in addition to burning Pfc. Junius A. Navardes of Los Angeles, California, on the face with a lighted cigarette.