D.C. HIGH COURT DECIDES HOST OF BIG CASES: BOSCH MAGNETO CASE.
December 31, 1922
The Bosch magneto case simmered down to nothing after a five-weeks investigation by the special war frauds grand jury. The report to Justice Stafford in Criminal Court on this case shows that no overt act in connection with the purchase and sale of the magneto plant by the alien property custodian had been committed in the District of Columbia.
The regular grand jury returned 1,247 indictments during the year. Twenty-seven officials of the Birmingham Motors Company were indicted for the alleged misuse of the mails in connection with the sale of stock. The company claimed to be making a "no-axle" automobile.
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