JUDGMENT IN BERLIN
In August 1978, an East German couple, hijacked a Polish airliner and diverted it to the American sector of West Berlin. They were welcomed by U.S. Officials until Communist officials reminded the West of the anti-hijacking agreements in the Warsaw Pact, and thus the fugitives were arrested. What followed was a trial full of strategies that would put Perry Mason to shame.
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