Before an audience which overflowed one of the largest theatres here, Max Harden delivered an address concerning the trial of his would-be assassins. Herr Harden scored the procedure and denounced the trial as a mockery of German Justice. He often referred to the Court as anti-Semitic, remarking ironically that it was not surprising perhaps that the judge, himself a baptized Jew, should have imitated “impartiality” to the extent of provoking the unjust verdict.
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