File:Tomoya Kawakita 1948 small.jpg
Kawakita v. United States at his 1948 trial. Kawakita, a dual US/Japanese citizen, was convicted of treason against the United States for his actions in Japan during World War II.
Courtesy of the Los Angeles Times photographic archive, UCLA Charles E. Young Research Library Department of Special Collections, A1713 (http://encyclopedia.densho.org/sources/en-kawakita-1/).
Originally published under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License (CC-NC-SA 3.0) A non-commercial Creative Commons license is not considered a "free" license for purposes of Wikimedia Commons or Wikipedia; however, I have supplied a non-free use rationale (see below).
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|Description||Photograph of Tomoya Kawakita, taken at his 1948 treason trial, which became the subject of the 1952 United States Supreme Court decision Kawakita v. United States|
|Courtesy of the Los Angeles Times photographic archive, UCLA Charles E. Young Research Library Department of Special Collections, A1713|
|Source (WP:NFCC#4)||Densho Encyclopedia (http://encyclopedia.densho.org/sources/en-kawakita-1/)|
|Date of publication||1948|
|Use in article (WP:NFCC#7)||Kawakita v. United States|
|Purpose of use in article (WP:NFCC#8)||This photo depicts the subject of a United States Supreme Court decision relevant to United States law regarding treason and citizenship/nationality law. Inclusion of the photo in this article will enhance the reader's awareness of Kawakita as a person, not simply as a court case.|
|Not replaceable with
free media because (WP:NFCC#1)
|No free photographs of Kawakita (either at his trial or at any other time in his life) appear to exist. Sources indicate that Kawakita probably died in the 1990s, so it is impossible at this time to create a new photo of him now. Even if Kawakita were still alive now, he was born in 1921, and a photo of him taken now (as a very, very old man) would not enhance the article in the same way as this photo (taken during his trial) would.|
|Not replaceable with
textual coverage because (WP:NFCC#1)
|The existing text of the article — or a textual description of this photo — would not adequately depict Kawakita or enhance the article.|
|Minimal use (WP:NFCC#3)||Only one photo of Kawakita (this photo) will be used in the article. This copy of the original photo has been reduced in size and resolution relative to the original photo.|
commercial opportunities (WP:NFCC#2)
|This copy of the original photo has been reduced in size and resolution, and it should therefore not unduly infringe on any commercial interests of the copyright holder.|
|Fair useFair use of copyrighted material in the context of Kawakita v. United States|
|This image is a faithful digitisation of a unique historic image, and the copyright for it is most likely held by the person who created the image or the agency employing the person. It is believed that the use of this image may qualify as fair use under the Copyright law of the United States. Other use of this image, on Wikipedia or elsewhere, may be copyright infringement. See Wikipedia:Non-free content for more information.|
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