The Attica Uprising and Aftermath

Defendant Pfeil's Motion for Relief in the matter of Akil Al-Jundi, et al. vs. Oswald, et al.

Defendant Pfeil's Motion for Relief in the matter of Akil Al-Jundi, a/k/a Herbert Scott Deane, et al. vs. Kurt G. Oswald, as Administrator of the Estate of Russell G. Oswald, John S. Keller, as the Administrator of the Estate of John Monahan, Vincent Mancusi and Karl Pfeil, United States District Court, Western District of New York. The Motion is dated February 13, 1992 and signed by Irving C. Maghran, Jr., Attorney for Defendant Karl Pfeil. The Motion references a: Rule 50(B) judgment, Rule 59 order, Rule 60 and 61 order, and a denial of due process judgment of dismissal. Attached is an affirmation of Mr. Maghran. Also attached are two articles from The Buffalo News: "Lawyer asks mistrial in Attica liability suit" dated January 31, 1992; and "Some jurors got news of Attica Trial" noted as February 6, 1992.
Identifier: OAG_00015952
Document Date: February 13 1992
Names:
Al-Jundi, Akil,
Deane, Herbert Scott,
Herbeck, Dan,
Keller, John S.,
Maghran, Irving,
Mancusi, Vincent,
Monahan, John,
Oswald, Kurt G.,
Oswald, Russell G.,
Pfeil, Karl,
Document Type: Court Documents
Alternate Identifier: Case Files: 75-132