https://oscars.fandom.com/wiki/The_Trial_of_the_Chicago_7?oldid=63255. 2020. Premise: The story of 7 people on trial stemming from various charges surrounding the uprising at the 1968 Democratic […] After a speech by Eugene McCarthy in Grant Park that afternoon, a march was joined by delegates and McCarthy supporters but was stopped at 18th Street and Michigan Avenue by the National Guard. According to the McCarthy workers, all telephones on their floor had been disconnected a half hour before, and they had no way to call for help. 1,207 talking about this. From the beginning of the trial, the defendants and their attorneys have been represented in a variety of art, film, music, and theater. The Trial of the Chicago 7 true story reveals that they had gone to Chicago mainly to protest American involvement in the Vietnam War and the fact that the Democratic presidential nominee, Hubert Humphrey, did not staunchly oppose the war. Der Film erzählt von den Chicago Seven, gegen die 1969 ein Prozess wegen Verschwörung und Aufhetzung angestrengt wurde. It was first exhibited at the Minneapolis Institute of Art in the summer of 1970 and has since been exhibited in museums around the world. Teaser: The Trial of the Chicago 7. Adolf Hitler equals Julius Hitler. The other two defendants, John Froines and Lee Weiner, were charged with teaching demonstrators how to construct incendiary devices that would be used in civil disturbances.[1]:4. The Trial of the Chicago 7 is an upcoming American crime drama film written and directed by Aaron Sorkin. [4] Protesters, journalists, photographers, and bystanders were clubbed and beaten by the police. Trailer: The Trial of the Chicago 7. It should be nonviolent and legal. The original eight defendants were Abbie Hoffman, Jerry Rubin, David Dellinger, Tom Hayden, Rennie Davis, John Froines, Lee Weiner, and Bobby Seale. I have a constitutional right to speak, and if you try to suppress my constitutional right to speak out in behalf of my constitutional rights, then I can only see you as a bigot, a racist, and a fascist, and I have said before and clearly indicated on the record. "[39] These insults had followed Judge Hoffman stating that he intended to continue using the revocation of bail in response to the use of "vile epithets" in the courtroom, while the defense attorneys were arguing against the revocation of Dellinger's bail the day before, after Dellinger shouted a "barnyard vulgarity" at a government witness. '[7], "The Battle of Michigan Avenue," described by Neil Steinberg of The Chicago Sun-Times as "a 17-minute melee in front of the Conrad Hilton," was broadcast on television, along with footage from the floor of the convention. T he verbal fireworks that dance through Aaron Sorkin’s newest movie, The Trial of the Chicago 7, seem too explosive to be true.The film depicts the 1969 Chicago Seven trial… [1]:6[26], Seale originally retained the Black Panthers’ lawyer Charles Garry as his attorney, and Garry appeared at the defendants’ arraignment on April 9. The story of 7 people on trial stemming from various charges surrounding the uprising at the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago, Illinois. Aaron Sorkin's 'The Trial of the Chicago 7' — which is now streaming on Netflix — is arguably one of the best films of the year. The Chicago 7 Trial (USA): On November 21, 1972 the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals reversed the convictions of Abbie Hoffman, Jerry Rubin, David Dellinger, Rennie Davis and Tom Hayden. Polish … The film features Eddie Redmayne, Alex Sharp, Sacha Baron Cohen in the pivotal roles. [1]:6[25] Police officer William Frapolly testified about his undercover work while enrolled in an Illinois college, joining Students for a Democratic Society, the National Mobilization Committee, and other peace groups, and attending planning meetings where he heard nearly all of the defendants state their intention to incite confrontations with the police and to promote other civil disturbances; he also testified that Weiner and Froines openly discussed the use of incendiary devices and chemical bombs. The jury found Davis, Dellinger, Hayden, Hoffman, and Rubin guilty of traveling between states with the intent to incite a riot. Other charges against the eight defendants included committing acts to impede law enforcement officers and instructing others on how to make incendiary devices. Les Sept de Chicago (The Trial of the Chicago 7) est un film américain réalisé par Aaron Sorkin, sorti en 2020 sur le service Netflix. 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According to Froines and Weiner, an Avedon photo was used in thank you cards, holiday greetings, and fundraising requests sent to supporters. All of the convictions were later reversed on appeal. The Trial of the Chicago 7 on vuonna 2020 ensi-iltansa saanut yhdysvaltalainen Aaron Sorkinin ohjaama historiallinen draamaelokuva. Seven police officers were charged with assaulting demonstrators and the eighth police officer was charged with perjury. The Chicago Seven, a group of anti–Vietnam War protesters charged with conspiracy and crossing state lines with the intention of inciting riots at the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago. Directed by Aaron Sorkin. The historic trial of the Chicago Seven saw prominent antiwar activists charged with conspiracy to incite a riot while crossing state lines. lícula segueix els Chicago Seven , un grup de manifestants en contra de la Guerra del Vietnam acusat de conspiració a finals de 1969 per creuar fronteres estatals amb la intenció de provocar aldarulls a la Convenció Nacional Demòcrata de 1968 a Chicago . Spanish variant. "[29], On three days,[28] Seale appeared in court bound and gagged before the jury,[30] struggling to get free, and at times managing to loudly insist on his right to defend himself. [1]:3, On September 4, 1968, Milton Eisenhower, chair of the National Commission on the Causes and Prevention of Violence, announced the commission would investigate and report its findings to President Lyndon Johnson. "[1]:5[23], On November 5, 1969, after Judge Hoffman declared a mistrial in the prosecution of Bobby Seale,[27] Judge Hoffman convicted Seale on 16 charges of contempt,[23] and sentenced Seale to three months in prison on each count — a total of four years, which may have been the longest contempt sentence in U.S. history at the time. [39][40], On February 6, Abbie Hoffman and Rubin wore judicial robes to court,[41] then threw them down and stepped on them. 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[1]:1 A counterculture group known as Yippies, including Jerry Rubin and Abbie Hoffman, were also planning a "Festival of Life," announced at a press conference on March 17,[5] to counter what they described as the Democratic "Convention of Death. 『シカゴ7裁判』(シカゴセブンさいばん、原題: The Trial of the Chicago 7)は2020年に公開・配信されたアメリカ合衆国の法廷映画である。アーロン・ソーキンが自身のオリジナル脚本を自ら監督した。シカゴ・セブンと呼ばれた実在の被告たちを描く。 [19] The Walker Report also said demonstrators had provoked police and responded with violence of their own, and the "vast majority of the demonstrators were intent on expressing by peaceful means their dissent. Manbalar. "[23], In the afternoon session of October 29, Judge Hoffman ordered Seale to be bound, gagged, and chained to a chair. The film stars Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Sacha Baron Cohen, Daniel Flaherty, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Michael Keaton, Frank Langella, John Carroll Lynch, Eddie Redmayne, Noah Robbins, Mark Rylance, Alex Sharp, and Jeremy Strong. 2020. Dellinger: 29 months and 16 days on 32 counts, Davis: 25 months and 14 days on 23 counts, Froines: 5 months and 15 days on 10 counts, Hayden: 14 months and 14 days for 11 counts, Rubin: 25 months and 23 days for 16 counts, Weinglass: 20 months and 16 days on 14 counts, Kunstler: 48 months and 13 days on 24 counts, During the trial, a poster created by Sharon Avery and featuring a photograph by, The 1969 song Someday (August 29, 1968) from the first, In 1972, playwright and screenwriter David Petersen's play. The Trial of the Chicago 7 remains solidly compelling, without reaching the heights it could have with a more uncompromising directorial vision. 6 Academy Award® nominations including Best Picture. "[1]:3 In October 1968, Abbie Hoffman was arrested for wearing an American flag shirt[15] while trying to attend a HUAC meeting[16] after being subpoenaed to appear. The Trial of the Chicago 7 is a 2020 biographical film about seven anti-Vietnam War activists; Abbie Hoffman, Jerry Rubin, David Dellinger, Tom Hayden, Rennie Davis, John Froines, and Lee Weiner, who, alongside Black Panther Party co-founder Bobby Seale, are sued by the city of Chicago for conspiracy to incite violence at the 1968 Democratic National Convention. In the park, demonstrators sang "God Bless America," "This Land Is My Land," and "The Star Spangled Banner," and waved "V" signs above their heads, asking soldiers to join in. This page was last edited on 4 April 2021, at 04:50. [6][2], A variety of groups convened in Chicago to protest during the convention week, including the National Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam (MOBE) and the Yippies. There are 500,000 of us dancing in the streets, throbbing with amplifiers and harmony. File:The Trial of the Chicago 7 poster.png. Abbie Hoffman[33] and Rennie Davis[34] were the only defendants to testify. [42], On February 14, the case went to the jury,[5] and the jury returned its verdict on February 18.[43]. Trial of the century is an idiomatic phrase used to describe certain well-known court cases, especially of the 19th, 20th and 21st century.It is often used popularly as a rhetorical device to attach importance to a trial and as such is not an objective observation but is the opinion of whoever uses it. Elokuvan pääosissa nähdään Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Sacha Baron Cohen, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Michael Keaton, Frank Langella, John Carroll Lynch, Eddie Redmayne, Mark Rylance, Jeremy Strong ja Ben Shenkman.Elokuva sai kuusi Oscar-ehdokkuutta, … The Trial of the Chicago 7 Netflixda; The Trial of the Chicago 7 IMDbda Bu sahifa oxirgi marta 8-Avgust 2020, 06:20 da tahrir qilingan. "[1]:2[2], In April, the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. ignited devastating urban riots in Chicago and other cities. [55], "Trial of the Chicago 7" redirects here. The Chicago Seven (originally Chicago Eight, also Conspiracy Eight/Conspiracy Seven) were seven defendants—Abbie Hoffman, Jerry Rubin, David Dellinger, Tom Hayden, Rennie Davis, John Froines, and Lee Weiner—charged by the United States federal government with conspiracy, crossing state lines with intent to incite a riot, and other charges related to anti–Vietnam War and countercultural protests in Chicago, Illinois during the 1968 Democratic National Convention. The Trial of the Chicago 7. View source. Italian variant. [27], While the jury deliberated on the verdict for the remaining defendants, Judge Hoffman convicted all the defendants — and their attorneys Kunstler and Weinglass — on a total of 159 counts of criminal contempt, imposing sentences ranging from less than three months for Weiner to over four years for Kunstler. Netflix’s The Trial of the Chicago 7 revisits one of the most notorious American trials of the 20th Century, as retold by The Social Network and The West Wing’s Aaron Sorkin. The film had been in development by Sorkin for more than a decade and after its theatrical release was hampered by the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, which is why it has found itself on the streaming platform. ", "Phil Ochs: the doomed folk singer who woke up from the American dream", "Song Stories: Robby Krieger on the Origin of The Doors' "Peace Frog" & "Light My Fire, "What pushed Graham Nash, the quiet one, to record his solo masterpiece", "Vietnam War - 1968 Chicago Seven / Eight Songs", "2 Off Broadway Plays Close And One Suspends Its Run", "THEATER REVIEW : 'Chicago': A Twisted Piece of History", William Kunstler: Disturbing the Universe, Opposition to United States involvement in the Vietnam War, April 15, 1967 Anti-Vietnam war demonstrations, 1968 Democratic National Convention protest activity, Tinker v. 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[50], On November 21, 1972, all of the convictions were reversed by the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, which found Judge Hoffman erred in not asking potential jurors about political and cultural attitudes or about exposure to pretrial publicity, that he improperly excluded evidence and testimony, and that his failure to notify the defense of his communications with the jury was ground for reversal. Mehrere tausend Menschen erschienen mit Schildern und Bannern und in knüpfbatikgefärbten T-Shirts, machten Musik, tanzten und trugen Gedichte vor. [37], On January 28, 1970, Ramsey Clark, the U.S. Attorney General under President Johnson during the 1968 Democratic Convention, was barred by the judge from testifying before the jury after Clark testified outside the presence of the jury. Nova York: Simon & Schuster, 2020. The Trial of the Chicago 7 is an upcoming American crime drama movie written and directed by Aaron Sorkin. Watch offline. "[1]:3, On September 9, 1968, three days after the release of the Daley administration report[13] on the violence at the Chicago convention, Chief Judge William J. Campbell of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois convened a grand jury to investigate whether the organizers of the demonstrations had violated federal law and whether any police officers had interfered with the civil rights of the protestors. [1]:3, Paul Cowan of The Village Voice reports that by Thursday, Tom Hayden was in disguise by Grant Park, Jerry Rubin was in jail, and Rennie Davis was recovering from a beating by the police. Der Parteitag der Demokraten Ende August 1968 war Schauplatz massiver Demonstrationen gegen den Vietnamkrieg. [1]:6 On October 15, when the first Moratorium to End the War in Vietnam was observed across the country, the defendants attempted to place American and South Vietnamese flags on the defense table, but Judge Hoffman demanded them removed, stating, "Whatever decoration there is the courtroom will be furnished by the government and I think things look alright in this courtroom. During the proceedings, all of the defendants and nearly all of their attorneys were cited for contempt of court by Judge Hoffman. Douglas Linder: „The Chicago Seven Conspiracy Trial“ (englisch) Einzelnachweise [4][2] When the park was officially closed at 11 p.m., Chicago police used tear gas and moved in with billy-clubs to forcibly remove them from the park. [1]:4, All of the defendants were charged with conspiring to use interstate commerce with intent to incite a riot. "[33] When asked whether he entered into an agreement with Dellinger, Froines, Hayden, Rubin, Weiner or Davis, to come to Chicago for the purpose of encouraging and promoting violence during the Convention week, Abbie Hoffman replied, "We couldn't agree on lunch. The story of 7 people on trial stemming from various charges surrounding the uprising at the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago, Illinois. The Trial of the Chicago 7 (2020) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. [1]:13, The charges were the first prosecutions under the anti-riot provisions of Title X of the Civil Rights Act of 1968 which made it a federal crime to cross state lines with the intent to incite a riot, or to conspire to do so. "[1]:1, MOBE applied for permits for their marches and rallies, and the Yippies applied for permits to sleep in the parks, but the Daley administration refused almost all requests. Aaron Sorkin's new movie depicts the 1969 Chicago Seven trial, in which eight anti-Vietnam war activists were charged with conspiring to incite a riot at the Democratic National Convention. • On September 25, 1969, Richard Avedon made his first wall-sized mural portrait of the Chicago Seven. An interstate conspiracy by protesters to cross state lines to promote riot and civil disorder in violation of federal law; Violations by police of the civil rights of demonstrators by use of excessive force; TV network violations of federal wiretap laws. during her testimony, before Judge Hoffman forbade it, and recited the lyrics instead. Games Movies TV Video. [4][6] According to Frank Kusch, police cleared the park and arrested eleven people for failing to disperse, while a crowd outside of the park suddenly ran toward the main street in Old Town yelling "Peace now! [1]:3, The grand jury was encouraged by Chief Judge Campbell to focus on possible grounds for charges in four areas:[20], Over the course of more than six months, the grand jury met 30 times and heard some 200 witnesses. [19], The commission’s Walker Report, named after Daniel Walker, was released on December 1, 1968, characterized the convention violence as a "police riot" and recommended prosecution of police who used indiscriminate violence; the report said the vast majority of police had behaved responsibly, but a failure to prosecute police who used indiscriminate violence would further damage public confidence in law enforcement. The Trial of the Chicago 7 on vuonna 2020 ensi-iltansa saanut yhdysvaltalainen Aaron Sorkinin ohjaama historiallinen draamaelokuva. [1]:1–2, In March, as protests continued to grow against the Vietnam War and after the presidential campaign of Eugene McCarthy grew unexpectedly strong, Johnson withdrew from the race for the nomination. Attorneys Michael Kennedy, Dennis Roberts, Michael Tigar, and Gerald Lefcourt assisted the defense with pretrial motions. Filma "Chicago Seven" deiturikoen kasuan oinarritzen da, Vietnamgo Gerraren aurkako protestalari talde bat, konspirazioaz eta istiluak bultzatzeaz akusatu zutena. "[42] In January 1973, the U.S. Department of Justice announced that it would not pursue any further prosecution. Five hours later, police officers raided a party organized by McCarthy workers in the Hilton hotel, and beat them viciously. [1]:4, Chief Judge Campbell was randomly selected as the trial judge after the grand jury’s indictment, but recused himself because of his familiarity with the evidence presented to the grand jury. [8][2] Police formed a skirmish line and cleared the park, ending up on Stockton Drive, with about 200 police facing about 2,000 protesters. The movie stars Sacha Baron Cohen, Eddie Redmayne, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Jeremy Strong, Mark Rylance, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Kelvin Harrison Jr., Frank Langella, William Hurt, and Michael Keaton . Italian variant. They never did. The film features an ensemble cast including Sacha Baron Cohen, Eddie Redmayne, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Jeremy Strong, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Alex Sharp, Thomas Middleditch, Frank Langella, Willia Woods showed pictures of the defendants to an audience on February 23, 1970, that Kifner reports consisted of "about 100 laughing and applauding members of the Elk Grove Township Republican organization at a meeting in the suburban Mount Prospect Country Club. [27][22] Shortly before the trial began, Seale and other members of the Black Panther party were indicted in Connecticut on charges of conspiracy to murder a suspected police informant; because of this indictment, Seale was the only Chicago Eight defendant held in jail during the trial. In the fall of 1967, the Democratic Party selected Chicago for its 1968 national convention, and the National Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam (MOBE), chaired by David Dellinger, proposed anti-war demonstrations to protest the expected renomination of President Lyndon Johnson for the 1968 presidential election. The Trial of the Chicago 7. The statement of Abbie Hoffman included a discussion of early American history, and: Judge Hoffman imposed the maximum sentence of five years in prison on each of the defendants found guilty,[1]:8 as well as a $5,000 fine and costs of prosecution. OCLC 1162494002 Peace now! September 25, 1969", "Sharon Avery, Artists' Poster Committee of Art Workers Coalition, Michael Abramson: make a new year's revolution, kids! The sentences for the defendants and their attorneys were as follows:[48], Six of the seven defendants remanded to jail received haircuts in the Cook County Jail; John Kifner of The New York Times reports that David Dellinger did not, and the others were "shorn of their long hair for what jail officials announced were 'sanitary reasons,'" while the lawyers' sentences were stayed until May 4, to allow them to work on the appeal. [7] Police hauled a young man down and arrested him, breaking his arm in the process. The Trial of the Chicago 7 (2020) Edit. It's scary (and almost funny) how many patella there are between the 1960s depicted in this film and our modern political/social climate, and Sorkin captures the era well. 340px. Chicago. The Black Panther Party and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference also sent representatives to protest racism. The Trial of the Chicago 7 (2020) | Cinemorgue Wiki | Fandom. Oktober 2020 bei Netflix erschien. Secondly, it sort of summed up my attitude about the whole thing—what was going on in Chicago. [45] The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit dismissed four of the contempt convictions, remanding the other 12 for retrial before another judge in the district court, and the government declined to prosecute the remaining contempt charges. But while "Trial of the Chicago Seven" reaches its climax in a moment where Hoffman gives Hayden the ultimate Sorkin complement of admitting he's read his work "Chicago 10" hits its zenith with an intercutting of Bobby Seal being bound and gagged in the courtroom with footage of the final night of the demonstrations. Phil Ochs sang "I Ain’t Marchin’ Any More," and demonstrators chanted "join us" softly. The defense attorneys were William Kunstler, Leonard Weinglass of the Center for Constitutional Rights, as well as Michael Kennedy, Michael Tigar, Charles Garry, Gerald Lefcourt, and Dennis Roberts. The film follows the Chicago Seven, a group of anti–Vietnam War protesters charged with conspiracy and crossing state lines with the intention of inciting riots at the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago. [36] Allen Ginsberg recited poetry and chants, including O-o-m-m-m-m-m, while providing testimony about his participation in the demonstrations. [4] The only permit granted to MOBE for the convention week was for a rally at the Grant Park band shell for the afternoon of August 28, and it was granted on August 27, after the convention began. Edited by Mark L. Levine, George C. McNamee, and Daniel Greenberg. The Trial of the Chicago 7. Portuguese variant. [43], On February 18, 1970,[43] the jury acquitted all seven defendants of conspiracy and acquitted Froines and Weiner on all charges. [4][9][8], On Monday, August 26, demonstrators gathered in Grant Park and climbed on a statue of General Logan on a horse, which led to violent skirmishes with police. All of the defendants were charged with and acquitted of conspiracy; Hoffman, Rubin, Dellinger, Hayden, and Davis were charged with and convicted of crossing state lines with intent to incite a riot; Froines and Weiner were charged with teaching demonstrators how to construct incendiary devices and acquitted of those charges. ISBN 1982163240. Video / TNTThe starry cast of Aaron Sorkin's 1960s courtroom drama The Trial of the Chicago 7 took the top prize today at a virtual [1]:1[4] According to Bruce Ragsdale, the assassination of Robert Kennedy in June "further shocked the nation and complicated the race for the Democratic nomination," and "by August, many Americans believed the nation was in the midst of a profound political and cultural crisis. The Trial of the Chicago 7 is a 2020 biographical film about seven anti-Vietnam War activists; Abbie Hoffman, Jerry Rubin, David Dellinger, Tom Hayden, Rennie Davis, John Froines, and Lee Weiner, who, alongside Black Panther Party co-founder Bobby Seale, are sued by the city of Chicago for conspiracy to incite violence at the 1968 Democratic National Convention. [6], On the eve of the convention, Mayor Daley, citing intelligence reports of potential violence, put the 11,900 members of the Chicago Police Department on twelve-hour shifts, while the U.S. Army placed 6,000 troops in position to protect the city during the convention[1]:2 and nearly 6,000 members of the National Guard were sent to the city,[7] with an additional 5,000 National Guard on alert, bolstered by up to 1,000 FBI and military intelligence officers,[6] and 1,000 Secret Service agents. Im Rahmen der Oscarverleihung 2021 erhielt der Film in sechs Kategorien eine Nominierung, so als bester Film und für das beste Originaldrehbuch . The Trial of the Chicago 7 is a 2020 biographical film about seven anti-Vietnam War activists; Abbie Hoffman, Jerry Rubin, David Dellinger, Tom Hayden, Rennie Davis, John Froines, and Lee Weiner, who, alongside Black Panther Party co-founder Bobby Seale, are sued by the city of Chicago for conspiracy to incite violence at the 1968 Democratic National Convention. [22][23], Seale protested the judge's actions, arguing that they were not only illegal, but also racist, telling the court on September 26, "If I am consistently denied this right of legal defense counsel of my choice, who is effective, by the judge of this court, then I can only see the judge as a blatant racist of the United States court. The Trial of the Chicago 7 (2020) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. The Trial of the Chicago 7 is a 2020 American historical legal drama film written and directed by Aaron Sorkin. [32] The defense called more than 100 witnesses, including participants and bystanders in the clashes between the police and the demonstrators.[1]:6. Havolalar. The Trial of the Chicago 7 2020ko Aaron Sorkin estatubatuar zinema zuzendariaren film dramatiko historiko bat da. curfew. The Trial of the Chicago 7 — 2020-yilda Netflix tomonidan tarqatilgan Amerika filmi. Based on the historical Chicago conspiracy trial of 1969, Sorkin's film features the infamous trial of the seven defendants — Abbie Hoffman, Jerry Rubin, David Dellinger, Tom Hayden, Rennie Davis, John Froines and Lee Weiner — in addition to Bobby Seale, … View source. The Trial of the Chicago 7 ist ein Thriller von Aaron Sorkin, der am 16. [8] Daley also ordered the city’s 4,865 firefighters to work extra shifts beginning on the Sunday before the convention, increasing the on-duty force by 600, and the Chicago Police Department placed 1,500 uniformed officers outside the International Amphitheatre, where the Democratic convention was held, including snipers. The Chicago Seven: Lee Weiner, John Fronies, Abbie Hoffman, Rennie Davis, Jerry Rubin, Tom Hayden, Dave Dellinger. The Loop (TV) Do you like this video? David Dellinger, Rennie Davis, Tom Hayden, Abbie Hoffman, Jerry Rubin, and Bobby Seale were also charged with crossing state lines with the intent to incite a riot. The cast of The Trial of the Chicago 7 accepts the award for outstanding performance by a cast in a motion picture during the 27th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards. "[28] On November 15, the second day of the Moratorium to End the War in Vietnam, Abbie Hoffman brought a Viet Cong flag into the courtroom and then wrestled over it with deputy marshal Ronald Dobroski.