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Record creator U.S. District Court for the District of Wyoming. (1892 - ?)
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Letters to the editor of the Heart Mountain Sentinel from Mary Mittwer of Denver, CO and Paul Nakadate, internee at Heart Mountain
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  • Scope and content: This document was included in the case of the United States of America vs. Kiyoshi Okamoto, et. al. The prosecution of Okamoto, et. al. (Case #4930) stems directly from the Heart Mountain draft resistance movement that also resulted in the conviction of Shigeru Fujii and 62 others as documented in U.S. District Court Case #4928. Okamoto and his co-defendants, members of the so-called "Fair Play Committee," were indicted for conspiring to assist other Heart Mountain residents in their challenge to War Relocation Authority policies and the Selective Service Act as it applied to relocation camp internees.
Date 18 March 1944
date QS:P571,+1944-03-18T00:00:00Z/11
institution QS:P195,Q518155
NARA's Rocky Mountain Region (Denver) (NRGA), Building 48, Denver Federal Center, West 6th Avenue and Kipling Street, Denver, CO, 80225-0307.
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