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United States v. Ruth

UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS, THIRD CIRCUIT


September 20, 1973

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, APPELLEE
v.
JAMES A. RUTH, APPELLANT

Judgment Order

After considering the appellant's contentions that (1) the evidence did not reflect that the appellant fired a weapon into Raymond's desk for the purpose of extorting money from Raymond in the form of wages or any other thing of value; (2) that the indictment against the appellant was obtained by the use of perjured testimony; (3) that the court erred in giving the jury its personal synopsis of the testimony in response to an inquiry by it, over objection of counsel; and (4) whether the Hobbs Act reaches violence perpetrated as part of a plan to achieve a legal labor objective, we conclude such contentions, on this record, are without merit, and it is

Ordered and Adjudged that the judgment of the district court is affirmed.

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