Tim Gratz Posted December 5, 2005 Share Posted December 5, 2005 (edited) As I stated in a previous post, I found an old paperback book of the memoirs of Melvin Belli, that contains a chapter on his defense of Jack Ruby. In a different chapter he relates his representation of Mickey Cohen. He calls Cohen "a gentleman". He tells a humorous story that he once had Cohen, under a fictitious name, claim to be a tax attorney and in that role give a lecture at a bar meeting. Does anyone know the relationship between Rosselli and Cohen? Did Cohen help persuade Belli to represent Ruby? Edited December 5, 2005 by Tim Gratz Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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