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Charles Manson 1971 Squeaky Fromme testifies on the stand during the Manson trial.

She recollects her relationship with Manson. There are quotes from her testimony

written in blue pencil along the bottom of the page by sketch artist, Bill Lignante to help news

commentators with what was going on in this scene.

#355 $3500.00

Charles Manson 1971 Charles Manson appears to be meditating cross-legged in his seat during his trial.

Sketch artist Bill Lignante notes that no-one disturbs Charlie when he sits like that.

#356 $4000.00

Charles Manson Rough blue pencil sketch of the gallery filling before the continuation

of the Manson Trial. Sketch by Bill Lignante

#357 $300.00

Charles Manson 1970 Vincent Bugliosi adressing the court 12-23-1970. Bugliosi later wrote

the book "Helter Skelter" about the trial. Sketch by Bill Lignante for ABC News.

#360 $3000.00

Charles Manson 1971 "I left two people laying ther bleeding" says Patricia Krenwinkle as she

is giving testimony during her and Charles Manson's Murder trial. Sketch by Bill Lignante for ABC News.

#361 $2000.00

Charles Manson 1971 As Squeaky Fromme is carried from the courtroom she screamed "I haven't

done anything wrong". Judge MacBride responded "it is the sentence of this court you be imprisoned

for the term of your life. This sketch by Bill Lignante was used by him in a lecture series many years later.

It was first used by ABC News. Signed "Lig".

#363 $3500.00

Charles Manson 1970 Thomas Noguchi, L.A. Medical Examiner describes the wounds inflicted on

Abigail Folger during the Manson Trial, 1970. Sketched by Bill Lignante for ABC News. Signed "Lig"

#365 $2000.00

Charles Manson 1971 Charlie Manson and his co-defendants seated around the defense table.

Detailed sketch shows the mood in the courtroom as the trial begins.

Signed by sketch artist, Bill Lignante for ABC News.

#371 $5500.00

Charles Manson 1971 As a final sketch of the Manson Trial, artist Bill Lignante drew this scene of himself,

Charlie Manson and another reporter at the close of the trial. Signed by most every member of the press, and

attorneys, sherrif's deputies who attended the trial. This memento is most likely the only testimony of who

covered the trial, and who protected the public during the trial. Signed by the artist.

#383 $3000.00

Charles Manson 1971 This is a sketch of Charles Manson at the close of the trial.

3-10-71. Hair cut close shaven and a somber face. Bill Lignante sketched this for ABC News.

#384 $3500.00

Chowchilla Bus Kidnapping Trial 1976 The Judge addresses the court before jurors leave to deliberate

the fate of the defendants. 26 children and a bus driver were kidnapped by 3 affluent teens and they buried

the bus in the desert. All would have been killed, had the bus driver not been able to dig himself out of the

ordeal. Sketch by Bill Lignante.

#343 $750.00

Chowchilla Bus Kidnapping Trial 1976 Sketch of bus driver, Ed Ray. He was responsible for saving

the children in the bus. Sketch by Bill Lignante.

#345 $750.00

Daniel Ellsberg - The Pentagon Papers trial. 1971 With the release of the Pentagon Papers top secret report
to the NY Times and later to the Washington Post, The US Attorney General. John Mitchell goes to court to stop
the continued release of pages of the report in their pages. This case goes through the lower courts and then to
the US Supreme Court. Every news organization in the country wanted to scoop each other and the coverage
was compelling. Bill Lignante captures an overhead (birds-eye view) of the courtroom depicting all players
in this case. Signed by the artist.

#378 $5000.00

Daniel Ellsberg - The Pentagon Papers trial. Courtroom sketch of the impaneled jury in the

Pentagon Papers Trial.

#381 $400.00

Gene Tafoya 1981 Attempted murder of a dissident Libyan student, Sagali Mamah Gadofi.

Supposedly former CIA agent Gene Tafoya was hired to kill this student.

He was acquitted - Self defense. Fort Collins, Colorado. 11-20-1981

#135 $500.00

Happy Hour Shootout - Seattle 1980 Sketch by Bill Lignante of the Shootout during Happy Hour

in a Seattle Bar. Done for ABC News to report the event. Shootout by a single gunman in Seattle, WA

who was looking for a girl and her lover.

#248 $200.00

Happy Hour Shootout - Seattle 1980 Sketch by Bill Lignante of the Shootout during Happy Hour

in a Seattle Bar. Done for ABC News to report the event. Shootout by a single gunman in Seattle, WA

who was looking for a girl and her lover.

#249 $200.00

Happy Hour Shootout - Seattle 1980 Sketch by Bill Lignante of the Shootout during Happy Hour

in a Seattle Bar. Done for ABC News to report the event. Shootout by a single gunman in Seattle, WA

who was looking for a girl and her lover.

#250 $200.00

Howard Hughes Will 1978 Howard Hughes supposedly broke down in the desert one night, and he was

rescued by Melvin Dummar who later claimed that Hughes left his entire estate to him because of this.

This sketch was to recreate a visual diary of the events for ABC News by artist, Bill Lignante.

#244 $500.00

Howard Hughes Will 1978 Howard Hughes supposedly broke down in the desert one night, and he was

rescued by Melvin Dummar who later claimed that Hughes left his entire estate to him because of this.

This sketch was to recreate a visual diary of the supposed events for ABC News by artist, Bill Lignante.

#245 $500.00

Howard Hughes Will 1978 Howard Hughes supposedly broke down in the desert one night, and he was

rescued by Melvin Dummar who later claimed that Hughes left his entire estate to him because of this.

This sketch was to recreate a visual diary of the supposed events for ABC News by artist, Bill Lignante.

#246 $500.00

John DeLorean Drug Case. 1984 Don Re's boring direct questioning of Bill Waters had jurors falling

asleep at their seats in the jury box. Bill Lignante's sketch captures the pivotal moment when jurors had

made up their minds. The acquittal wouldn't take place until the following year.

#318 $500.00

John DeLorean Drug Case. 1984 Christina Ferrare sits with husband John DeLorean during the sensational

drug trafficking trial brought by the Attorney General's office. The sensational trial ended in the acquittal

of the DeLoreans

#319 $2500.00

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