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Kabuo Miyamoto a man of Japanese descent is the defendant in the murder case of Carl Heine Alvin Hooks the prosecutor is representing Carl Heine in the case and Nels Gudmundsson is Kabuos attorney On September 16 Art Moran the sheriff and his deputy Abel Martinson saw Carl Heines boat the Susan Marie afloat in the water off the shores of San Piedro Island Art and Abel went to the boat to check it out and they couldnt find Carl When they reeled in his salmon net they saw Carl dangling by a hook on his fishing garb with a crushed skull just above the left earIn the courtroom Nels cross-examines the sheriffs testimony He made two points First he said that when the sheriff was reeling Carl in he could have hit his head on something that would have crushed his skull Next he made a point that on the night of Carls death there was a very thick fog that could have hindered Carl in some way to cause him to go overboard Ishmael Chambers a white reporter questions Art Moran on the murder case Art cuts a deal with Ishmael saying if Ishmael reports the death of Carl as an accident Art will tell him everything he knows about the trial Art doesnt want the public startled about the trial any further than they already areThe coroner Horace Whaley examined Carl He peeled the skin off the skull and examined the crushed area He concluded that a right-handed Japanese man made a 2-inch gash with the end of a gun butt who was trained in kendo stick fighting He also concluded that Carl went into the water breathing Nels cross-examined Horace and pointed out that something flat and small made the wound on Carls head like parts on the boat Lastly he made a point that Carl either had something propelled at his head or Carl was propelled into something that could
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