Rebellion, Murder and the Pulitzer Prize Joe R. Blakely Author
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Llewellyn Banks, the so-called dictator, tried to take over the Medford and Jackson County government in 1933. The chaos he created climaxed when he murdered the popular Medford Constable, George Prescott. This sensational trial was moved from Medford to Eugene, Oregon. It pitted the most respected lawyers in the state against each other. As the trial unfolds, so does the story of the Jackson County Rebellion.


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