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the judicial concept of being qualified to render judgment for the plaintiff, without corroborating evidence. I studied engineering at M.I.T., and for twenty-four years have been a technical investigator, including anti-sabotage work during the second World War. I have heard a thousand and more diametrically opposite statements. There just isn't any way to learn from which side the truth comes, without evidence. Again, I wish to be vitriolic in my attack on that concept.

I wish to thank you for your indulgence in reading this long correspondence. Probably I have said enough - perhaps too much - but if I could be of any use to you, I will be glad to appear before the Committee.

Yours very truly,N. W. Hunter

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