Johnson Tal Crawford was a district judge in Pontotoc County, Oklahoma, United States from 1936 to 1946. He was appointed as member of Military Tribunal I by [1 ] Harry S. Truman and judged both the [2 ] Doctors' trial and the RuSHA Trial as part of the [3 ] Subsequent Nuremberg Trials at Nuremberg. The collective judgement from the Doctors' trial led to the establishment of the Nuremberg Code. His papers are held in the Linscheid Library of [4 ] East Central University. [5 ]
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^ "Alumni" (PDF). Sooner Magazine (Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma) 21 (12): 19. August 1949 . Retrieved . 20 November 2014
^ Truman, Harry (20 December 1946). "Executive Order 9813-Appointment of the Members and the Alternate Member of a Military Tribunal Establlished for the Trial and Punishment of Major War Criminals in Germany" . Retrieved . 20 November 2014
^ "The judges of Military Tribunal I hearing the RuSHA Trial.". Photo Archives. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum . Retrieved . 21 February 2013
^ Emanuel, Ezekiel J.; Grady, Christine C.; Crouch, Robert A.; Lie, Reidar K.; Miller, Franklin G.; Wendler, David D. (2011). The Oxford Textbook of Clinical Research Ethics. Oxford University Press. pp. 136–140. ISBN 9780199768639.
^ "Linscheid Library: Special Collections". East Central University . Retrieved . 20 November 2014