31 March 1933
Pass to visit the police prisoner Alfred Binswanger
The SS released the seventy-three year-old the same day due to his age. On 11 April, nearly two weeks later, Binswanger wrote in a report that ten to fifteen of the 124 people arrested were still being held in prison.
Binswanger came from a family of liqueur producers and ran their factory in Regensburg. He died in November 1933, three years before the family was forced to sell the successful company.
is hereby granted permission to speak to the police prisoner
for ten minutes under the supervision of a prison official.
Regensburg, 31 March 1933