Testimony of Karl Dietrich Wolff, Senate Internal Security Subcommittee, March 14, 1969

Michael Tigar's Notes:

Testimony of Karl Dietrich Wolff, Senate Internal Security Subcommittee, March 14, 1969. This was a hilarious day.  Karl was a student leader from Germany, and when he arrived in the US, he was subpoenaed by the SISS.  At first, Senator Thurmond did not understand that a witness has the right to affirm rather than swear.  And it went on from there.  A photo is also included in this folder.  Karl left the country and did not show up for the second scheduled hearing.  Years later, he was denied admission to the US, but that situation was cleared up. He is now head of a prominent publishing company in Germany, and still retains his political outlook.

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