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The United States of America, acting through its Chief Prosecutor, opposes the Motion of Counsel for Defendant STREICHER for the following reasons:
Since Counsel accepted the assignment to represent said defendant on 27 October 1945, he has been provided with a list of documents relied upon by the Prosecutor, and has been permitted to examine the documents and decrees referred to in such list; that such documents and exhibits will remain available to said Counsel throughout the Trial in the Defendant's Information Center in Room No. 54 of the Court House in Nuremberg where German-speaking custodians are available for assistance in expediting such examination.
Said defendant will have additional time to examine documentary evidence and further prepare his defense until the Prosecution presents its Case in Chief.
Defendant STREICHER is the only defendant who has requested postponement, and his application does not show any facts of hardship that would follow which would be limited to his particular defense. Further he does not show any specific injury to his defense if the Motion should be denied.
No objection is made to request in Section II of the Motion.
It is agreed that the film on Concentration Camps may be shown to Defense Counsel prior to the Trial.
WHEREFORE, it is respectfully prayed that the Motion be overruled.