The McNamaras Coming to Court to Plead Guilty
Dec, 1911
James B. McNamara pled guilty on Friday, December 1, 1911 in the Los Angeles Superior Court to bombing the Los Angeles Times building. It was fourteen months to the day since the bombing that killed twenty employees. His brother John (J.J.) pled guilty to bombing the Llewellyn Iron works. James McNamara was sentenced to life in prison and J.J. McNamara was sentenced to fifteen years. Ortie McManigal is to the left.