On April 9, 1946, Justice Jackson charged that Dr. Thoma, counsel for Rosenberg, had requested the translation of documents which had not been approved by the Tribunal. Tensions arose regarding whether Dr. Thoma was trying to print anti-semitic quotes for the record. President Lawrence said an error had been made and with the help of Dr. Dix, counsel for Schacht, emotions were tempered.
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