: April 21, 1965.
JOSEPH EDWARD EVANS, APPELLANT,
ROBERT F. KENNEDY, INDIVIDUALLY AND AS ATTORNEY GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES, J. EDGAR HOOVER, INDIVIDUALLY AND AS DIRECTOR, FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, JAMES W. KELLY, JR., INDIVIDUALLY AND AS MAYOR OF EAST ORANGE, NEW JERSEY, AND HUGH ADDONIZIO, INDIVIDUALLY AND AS MAYOR OF NEWARK, NEW JERSEY.
Before HASTIE and FREEDMAN, Circuit Judges, and WEBER, District Judge.
The appellant, appearing pro se, has vigorously presented his contention that he has been improperly denied a preliminary injunction pursuant to his complaint against named public officials and that the trial judge exhibited disqualifying bias against him. We are satisfied that the trial judge has acted with integrity and objectivity and that the denial of a preliminary injunction represented a proper exercise of discretion.
The judgment will be affirmed.
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