Small Plane Crash - Buttonville, Ontario
A small plane rests in a ditch after failing to take off from Buttonville Airport in Ontario, Canada. Aerial views of crash marks along the ground near the airport appear as the police investigate the crash. Police sergeant Dave Mitchell details who was involved in the plane crash.
Humphrey Mitchell's Funeral
Various shots of former Minister of Labour Humphrey Mitchell's funeral; LS of coffin being brought out of Parliament. MS of hearse, men following as cortege moves away from Parliament Buildings. MLS of Royal Canadian Mounted Police band marching. Several shots of crowd reaction. MLS of honorary pallbearers, members of Parliament arriving at church, including Prime minister Louis Saint-Laurent. MS of coffin coming out of hearse, carried by RCMP. CU of pallbearer cementing top on casket. CU of minister conducting service. LS of grave, RCMP in foreground. MS of CD Howe, Louis Saint-Laurent and other members of Parliament emerging from Parliament Building as coffin is carried out. HAS of coffin being put into hearse, of RCMP marching. TILT DOWN Parliament Building. MS of Louis Saint-Laurent in silk hat, other members of Parliament marching in cortege. Shot of Humphrey Mitchell's son. MLSs of RCMP band marching towards camera, of hearse coming towards camera. LALS of Parliament Building, TILT DOWN to CU of hearse in foreground. MS of coffin being carried into church. LS of Mitchell junior, ministers at grave side. (00/08/1950)
++US Tampa Killings
Police hunt serial killer as 4th person found dead
Dany Laferrière, racism in America... and elsewhere
Radio France: filmed programmes
MITCHELL CROOKS
USAAF Generals interact and look at B-25 Mitchell aircraft parked at an airfield in the European Theater during World War II.
U.S. Generals at an airfield in the European Theater during World War II. Military police drive in front of United States Army Air Forces (USAAF) General Henry H Arnold's staff car. United States Air Force (USAF) General Hoyt S Vandenberg greets General Carl Andrew Spaatz. Staff car with five star insignia moves. USAF General Elwood Richard Quesada walks on airfield. Aircraft parked in the background. General Vandenberg, General Spaatz and General Quesada interact. They walk and look at B-25 Mitchell bomber aircraft parked at the airfield. USAF General James Wayne McCauley and General Graham E Shirley walk. Colonel Milliard, Chief of Staff of 9th Air Force, Captain Bennett, General Vandenberg's aid and unidentified officer interact. B-25 aircraft taxis down perimeter. General Arnold and General Spaatz greet officers on airfield and get in cars. Location: European Theater. Date: April 1945.
Shooting Suspect Arrested (05/21/1996)
Police in Mitchell, South Dakota are holding a 16-year-old boy in custody for shooting a 12-year-old girl last night. Since the boy is a juvenile, police are not releasing the name of the suspect. (**** vo ****) But the victim...12-year-old Chastity Walker of Mitchell remains in the intensive care unit at Queen of Peace Hospital. Chastity's family says the boy is from Omaha and a gang member. Police are still trying to sort out what happened. The 22-caliber handgun used in the shooting has not yet been found. According to the girl's mother, the suspect came to South Dakota with his cousin. They were at the girl's home visiting her mother's boyfriend, Hosie Ealy. There were a lot of people in the apartment, but only the suspect and one other person were drinking... Apparently the suspect had pointed the gun at the girl and kept clicking it at her saying it wasn't loaded. He said don't worry about it and then it went off...the suspect ran from the apartment and hid between these two houses until a tip call from a citizen led to his arrest late this morning. The suspect fled but was later arrested and is in police custody. The girl is in stable condition at a Mitchell, S.D. hospital. Mitchell, S.D. is about 70 miles west of Sioux Falls.
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Men at Bruno Hauptmann's trial in Trenton
NIXON
B&W Photo Stills- John Mitchell standing in the midst of police officers - on his way to jail for his part in the Watergate coverup. And Mitchell after serving 19 months in jail walking up the ext. steps to his office building - (he was disbarred and became a business consultant).
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MISSILE TO THE MOON
MITCHELL & LAW OFFICERS
ORIG. COLOR 75'SIL. ATT. GEN. MITCHELL MEETING WITH PAT MURPHY & OTHER LAW OFFICERS (SILENT) CI: PERSONALITIES: MITCHELL, JOHN. PERSONALITIES: MURPHY, PATRICK. JUSTICE: POLICE: MISC.
News Clip: Parents
B-roll video footage from the KXAS-TV/NBC station in Fort Worth, Texas, to accompany a news story.
SCOTUS GUN BAN RULING/ REACTION (04/26/1995)
THE UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT HAS TOSSED OUT A FEDERAL LAW THAT PROHIBITS GUNS FROM BEING BROUGHT WITHIN 1000 FEET OF A SCHOOL. THE COURT SAID THE CONGRESS INCORRECTLY WROTE THE LAW USING RULES OF INTERSTATE COMMERCE TO FORM THE LAW'S CONTENT. THE COURT SAID A GUN BAN WAS A CRIMINAL MATTER AND NOT SOMETHING HAVING TO DO WITH INTERSTATE COMMERCE, SO THE BAN SHOULD BE ENACTED AT A STATE LEVEL.
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News Clip: Officer spiked drinks
Video footage from the KXAS-TV/NBC station in Fort Worth, Texas, to accompany a news story.
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DANGER ON WHEELS
CROOKS/HOSPITAL EXTERIORS
1990s NEWS
2-10-92 "FATAL WALK" PRESS CONFERENCE (SEE 342-02) 60TH PRECINCT BROOKLYN -POLICE OFFICIAL DESCRIBES CRIME AND BUSTS OF PERPS, MURDER OF RUTH MITCHELL IN CONEY ISLAND
US FL Tampa Killings (CR)
Police Hunt Serial Killer As 4th Person Killed
Police Sergeant on Small Plane Crash - Buttonville, Ontario
Police sergeant Dave Mitchell comments on the small plane crash that resulted in miraculously little damages in Buttonville, Ontario.
ATTORNEY GENERAL MITCHELL SPEECH
ORIG.COLOR 625 SOF.MAG. ATTORNEY GENERAL JOHN MITCHELL ADDRESSES POLICE CHIEFS CONVENT- ION - HE TELLS WHAT THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT IS DOING TO FIGHT CRIME. CI: PERSONALITIES: MITCHELL, JOHN.
Charles Lindbergh feted in Washington, DC and New York City, upon return to U.S. after his historic transatlantic flight
American aviator Charles A. Lindbergh arrives aboard USS Memphis (CL-13) at the Washington Navy Yard, Washington D.C. upon his return from Europe to the United States following his pioneering trans-Atlantic solo aircraft flight. He comes down the gangplank and is greeted by a phalanx of officials. They drive Lindbergh away in an open car. Two days later, June 13, 1927, the scene shifts to New York harbor, where there is a virtual traffic jam of ships and boats of all sizes and shapes, assembled to greet Lindbergh. Fireboats salute with streams of water as Lindberg arrives (as backseat passenger) in a seaplane from Mitchel Field on Long Island. The seaplane is seen flying over the harbor,and descending to land. The seaplane is seen in the water amongst the flotilla of vessels, as. Lindbergh is picked up by a police launch that takes him to the ship Macom, where he is helped aboard by passengers. (He almost falls into the water while stepping from the launch to the ship.) Lindbergh waves from the deck of the Macom, as they proceed in a parade of vessels toward a Manhattan pier. Upon arriving, Lindbergh is hustled into an open car and driven away surrounded by New york City policemen,including mounted police, who escort the car through mobs of spectators. Police form lines to hold back enthusiastic admirers. The car proceeds along a city street where cheering spectators jam the sidewalks and office workers create a virtual storm of ticker tape and confetti from their windows high above the street. Location: United States USA. Date: June 11, 1927.
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1947 Texas v. Oklahoma football game includes controversial call by referee
Indian Training
Akwesasne (St. Regis) Mohawk Reservation: various shots of Indigenous people protesting during the historical Indigenous manifestation of december 18th 1968, people holding placards re infringement of rights of Indigenous peoples by Canadian Government, the National Film Board of Canada (NFB) film director and Mohawk activist Michael Kanentakeron Mitchell is seen talking to the crowd. Few shots of police shoving protestors, leading one man to patrol car. More activity around cars blocking road. Various shots during a meeting between Indigenous people and whites, Michael Kanentakeron Mitchell and Mr. McCullough, a representative of Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada, are participating to the debate. Various shots of the discussion, Michael Kanentakeron Mitchell prominent. Various CUs of the face of Indigenous men in ceremonial regalia listening to the proceedings. Shots of a museum official talking. Shots of Standing Arrow in costume, talking to the assembled people about the Indigenous way of life, Indigenous audience in the background in some shots.