Illus. with photos. San Francisco: King-Ramsey-Connor Defense Committee, ca. 1940. Wraps. 22 p. Slobodek p. 187. 
"Maintains that the imprisonment of Earl King, Ernest Ramsay, and Frank Conner for the murder of George W. Alberts is part of a plan to nullify the gains of the Pacific Coast maritime workers by destroying their leadership. To support this contention, reviews the activities in the case of the 'unholy three,' Harper L. Knowles, Stanley M. Doyle, and John J. Keegan, their relationship to certain shipping interests, and their involvement in the 1939 deportation hearing of Harry Bridges" - Slobodek.