At this press conference Specialist 3rd Class William A. Girard repeated his denial of the?
ROLL NO. 1 Plus X 35mm
Kayoko Sakai, 18 yrs., second daughter of the deceased and uncle Mohei Sakai, standing at the head of the line of spectators.
Closeup of Mohei Sakai.
Pan shot of the crowd in front of the main gate of the Maebashi Court House.
Spectators peering into court yard from fence.
Girard coming out of court house with Major Stanley Levin, Girard military legal adviser, after the end of the first day's session.
Closeup of Girard inside car as he heads for Camp Drew 30 miles away.
The car carrying Girarde going of the main gate of the court.
Pan shot of the milling crowd outside the main gate.
ROLL NO 2: Tri X 35mm (Press Conference at Camp Drew with Girard, Major Stanley Levin and Brig. Gen. Charles Decker, Assistant judge advocate-general of the U.S. Army Attending on August 26th at 7:30 p.m.)
Levin, Girard and Decker sit down at the press conference room.
The press photographers. NG.
Gen. Decker speaking with the members of the press taking notes of the proceedings.
The news photographers.
Girard going out of the press conference room.
Gen. Decker explaining the day's court session.
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Background: At this press conference Specialist 3rd Class William A. Girard repeated his denial of the charge at the court that he had lured a Japanese woman to her death on a U.S. firing range last January 30th. To a reporter's question how he felt while he was in the Maebashi courtroom, Girard wearily said, "How would anyone feel in my situation?" Girard was flanked by two Army officers at the press conference, Maj. Stanley F. Levin, his army legal advisor, and Brig. Gen. Charles Decker, Assistant judge advocate-general of the U.S. Army sent to Japan to observe the Girard trial by Army Secretary Wilber M. Brucker.