Pierre Laval speaks and pleads in his defense during his trial for treason, Paris, France.
Paris France Date:1946, October 4 Duration:3 min 30 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Trial of Pierre Laval in Paris, France. Interior of the Courtroom. A huge crowd seated in the Courtroom. Judges sit in the Courtroom. Judge Lliontignbeaux presides the trial. Pierre Laval rises. He speaks and pleads in his defense. Papers on desk with name Pierre Laval. Clerks hand out papers. Former President of the Armistice Commission General Dayan takes oath and speaks. Senate Secretary Charles de la Pommeraye speaks for the prosecution. Former French Ambassador Leon Noel. Courtroom shows the empty seat of the accused. Headline in the newspaper 'Stars and Stripes'. Headline reads 'Laval Guilty-Doomed to Die'.
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