Permission to return typewriter
8 J 35/43
1. Letter to be written: To the Chief Prosecutor of the Upper District Court in Munich.
According to the State Police Headquarters in Munich, in the criminal proceedings against Scholl et al which were carried out on February 22, 1943 by the People’s Court at the Palace of Justice in Munich, a large number of evidentiary exhibits – including a portable Remington typewriter – were delivered to the court that day by the State Police. The People’s Court never reached a decision regarding the disposition of the evidence. I therefore request that all of the items delivered to the court – including the typewriter – be delivered to the State Police Headquarters in Munich for their use (ref. 13 226/43 II A/Sond.). I have also advised the State Police [of this decision].
2. Letter to be written with attachment of the request dated July 1, 1943, submitted by Dr. Deisinger, Attorney.
To the Secret State Police [Gestapo], State Police Headquarters, Munich.
Regarding: Criminal proceedings against Scholl et al
With reference to II A/Mah. 13 226/43, letter dated July 19, 1943 and August 25, 1943.
Attachment: 1 document
Since the People’s Court did not render a decision with regards to the evidence presented in the January [sic] 22, 1943 trial at the Palace of Justice in Munich, I have ordered the Chief Prosecutor of the Upper District Court in Munich to make the evidentiary exhibits in re the above file number available for use by the State Police Headquarters in Munich. I therefore request that [you] proceed in accordance with police guidelines and do what you deem proper with regards to the enclosed request from Dr. Deisinger, Attorney. In addition, I hereby request that you make a decision regarding the radio that is being stored in Tegernsee.
3. This [memorandum] goes to the files.
Put aside. To [illegible].
5. The files are to be stored in the basement.
/Stamp: Berlin, September 8, 1943, the Chief Prosecutor of the Reich, People’s Court/
Done September 9, 1943/Kg. /Initials in several places: [Illegible]/