War Crimes Trials: I.G. Farben Case - Opening Statement by Telford Taylor
War Crimes Trials - Subsequent Trial Proceedings, Case 6 (I.G. Farben Case), Nuremberg, Germany.
High angle medium-close views of defendants in dock as they are arraigned and individually asked if they've read the indictment and how they plead. Motion for continuance denied - judge at bench. American Prosecutor Telford Taylor to podium and begins: "The grave charges in this case have not been laid before the Tribunal casually.... It accuses them of wholesale enslavement, plunder and murder. ... There is no laughter in this case. Neither is there any hate."
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