Judgment at Nuremberg

What did he know of the crimes
they cited him for?

He was placed on trial
with the other military leaders.

It was part of their revenge.
The victors always take on the vanquished.

It was political murder.
You can see that, can't you?
Mrs. Bertholt, I don't know what I see.
I probably shouldn't be here
talking with you about this at all.

But I want to understand.
I do want to understand.

I have to.
Would you like some more coffee?
Yes, thank you.
We found Irene Hoffman.
- Where?
- Berlin.

Berlin, eh?
She got married. Her name is Wallner now.
That's why we had difficulty locating her.

- When is she coming?
- She's not coming.

What do you mean, she's not coming?
She doesn't want to come.
You know what it's like.
None of them want to testify anymore.

If I catch the midnight...
I could make it to Berlin,
and be back by tomorrow afternoon.

- Tad, you haven't had any sleep...
- It'll be worth it if I can get Hoffman.

Take over for me in court
in the morning, will you?