FBI SURVEILLANCE PHOTOS
( Photo 1, Photo 2 )

The FBI took surveillance photos as the activists planned for the action as well as on the night of the break-in.


HARDY REPORT
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Robert Hardy reported to his FBI contacts on a daily basis. Their conversations were recorded and later transcribed by stenographers at the FBI. During the trial, the transcribed copies of the daily briefings became know as the “Hardy Reports.” Although the defense repeatedly asked that the reports be entered into evidence, Judge Fisher refused to admit them.


FBI – MARDIAN MEMO
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This FBI memo was written by Robert Mardian, assistant Attorney General and head of the Department of Justice's internal-security division. Mardian reported directly to John Mitchell.


FBI PHOTOS – AFTER THE BREAK-IN
( Document 1, Document 2 )

These photos were taken inside the draft board after the activists were arrested.


NEWS OF THE ARRESTS
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News of the arrests made the front page of the New York Times and was reported in that week’s Newsweek and Time magazines. But the arrests especially electrified the Camden area.


KISSINGER MEMO
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As the FBI prepared to apprehend the Camden activists, officials discussed which major government officials should be notified after the arrests were made. Henry Kissinger appeared on their list.


JAIL STATEMENT
( Document 1, Document 2 )

The activists released the following statement while in jail awaiting their bail hearings.


HARDY AFFIDAVIT
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Robert Hardy had been expected to be the government’s star witness. Instead, he wrote an affidavit for the activists in which he maintained that the FBI had helped carry out the action by enlisting him as an agent provocateur.


OPENING STATEMENT
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Each of the defendants made an opening statement to the court. The following is an excerpt from Fr. Michael Doyle.


WITNESS INDEX
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The trial of the Camden 28 lasted 63 days, from February 5 – May 20, 1973. This is the trial’s witness index list. (source: “Peace Warriors: The Story of the Camden 28”)


NOT GUILTY
( Document 1,
Document 2, Document 3 )

An excerpt from the trial transcript of May 20, 1973.

 

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