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William Anthony BOYLE



Close-up of W.A. "Tony" Boyle

March 9, 1970 - Washington, DC- United Mine Workers President W.A. "Tony" Boyle, shown here at a press conference swearing before almighty God he was telling the truth, stoutly denies either he or the nation did any wrong in his re-election in December and the murder of his opponent a month later. Boyle said, "I came here today to set the record straight, to give you the facts."



W. A. Boyle Gesturing and Speaking

March 9, 1970 - Washington: In Defense Of Himself. W. A. "Tony" Boyle, president of the United Mine Workers, gestures to emphasize a point during a press conference March 9th at the National Press Club here. Boyle issued a 14-page statement defending himself and the United Mine Workers, denying any connection or involvement in the murder of Joseph Yablonski, whom Boyle defeated in an election last Dec. 9th. Boyle challenged the Labor Dept's claim that widespread irregularities marred the balloting.



W.A. Boyle Gesturing at News Conference

March 9, 1970 - Washington: W.A. "Tony" Boyle, president of the United Mine Workers of America, makes animated gestures during two hour news conference at the National Press Club here. He asserted that he and his union had been the victims of "outrageously and scandalous and inaccurate charges, "Communist-style duplicity by the Government and "reckless journalism."



Newsmen Questioning W.A. Tony Boyle

March 19, 1973 - Erie, Pennsylvania: Former United Mineworkers president W.A. Tony Boyle is questioned by newsmen as he arrives at Erie County Airport where shortly afterward he was confronted by Kenneth Yablonski, son of slain Joseph "Jock" Yablonski as he got into car. Boyle was called "killer" by Kenneth. The former UMW leader is here to testify at the William Prater trial.



Former UMW head Tony Boyle en route to a pretrial hearing on murder charges
in the death of Jock Yablonski.
(AP/Wide World Photos)



MEDIA, PA: Former United Mine Workers president, W.A. "Tony" Boyle enters the Media Courthouse 2/17 as the jury is expected to get the case in his trial for the 1969 Yablonski murders. He is charged with masterminding the murders.



Paul E Gilly Being Led to Arraignment

September 28, 1971 - Paul E. Gilly is led to arraignment on charge of killing Jock Yablonski, a former United Mine Worker official. Gilly pleaded innocent. Yablonski, his wife and daughter were murdered in their home in December of 1969.



Aubran Martin Being Led to Court

November 1, 1971 - Aubran W. Martin is led to court where his attorney, Mark Goldberg, is trying for a change in venue 11/1. Aubran is one of five defendants charged with the triple slayings of United Mineworker's Joseph "Jock" Yablonski, his wife and daughter.



Security Men Escorting a Murder Suspect

March 22, 1973 - Erie, Pennsylvania: William Jackson Prater, in white coat, is surrounded by security as he is led to Erie county courthouse. Prater, accused of the murders of United Mineworkers insurgent Joseph "Jack" Yablonski, his wife, and daughter, took the stand in his own defense.



Security Escorting William Jackson Prater

June 26, 1973 - Erie Pa.: A sad William Jackson Prater is led from Eerie County Courthouse back to his cell after jury found him guilty of murder in the first-degree on three counts. Prater, a former United Mineworkers organizer was found guilty of killing Joseph "Jock" Yablonski, his wife and daughter.



Yablonski's house







Joseph "Jock" Yablonski and his wife Margaret.





Portrait of Joseph A. Yablonski

May 29, 1969 - Washington: Joseph A. Yablonski, member of the International Executive Board
of the United Mine Workers of America announces his candidacy for the presidency of the UMA.



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