Allen Zoll Denies Extortion Charge in Coughlin Picketing Case; out on $3,000 Bail
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Allen Zoll Denies Extortion Charge in Coughlin Picketing Case; out on $3,000 Bail

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A plea of not guilty to charges of attempting to extort $7,500 from President Donald Flamm of Radio Station YMCA on a promise to end the Coughlin picket line was today entered by Allen Zoll, self-styled American nationalist leader, in General Sessions. Zoll was released in $3,000 bail and his counsel was given two weeks to enter motions.

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