22 04, 2011


By |April 22nd, 2011|Control the Witness, Don'ts for Cross-Examination, Goering, Hitler, Nuremberg, Tips on Cross|0 Comments

Cross-Examination of Hermann GoeringSupreme Court Justice Robert H. Jackson was appointed by President Harry Truman to be the Chief Prosecutor of the 24 defendants who had led the German military and Nazi political establishments. Most notable of the defendants was Field Marshall Hermann Goering. In their article entitled “Guidelines for Cross-Examination: Lessons from the Cross-Examination [...]

18 03, 2011


By |March 18th, 2011|Books on Cross, Contradiction Technique of Cross-Examination, Hans Litten, Hitler|1 Comment

Cross-Examined In Open Court - Where Tyrants Fear To TreadThe most accurate indicator of the power of any method to uncover the truth is the fear it produces in the unscrupulous. Though it has been over 65 years since Adolf Hitler took his own life in a Berlin bunker, he remains the most monstrous, evil [...]

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