Saturday, February 15, 2014


Artist Aggie Kenny won an Emmy for her work on the Mitchell-Stans trial for the CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite. Kenny covered the United States Supreme Court for over 30 years, and numerous other cases including: James Earl Ray, David Berkowitz ( Son of Sam), Oliver North, and the recent the  trial of Jerry Sandusky. Upcoming in March, her artwork can be seen on the CNN's new series Death Row Stories. info Her highly-regarded artwork of the World Trade Center responders, “Artist as Witness – the 9/11Responders,” was exhibited at The New York City Police Museum. Media clients include CBS, ABC, NBC, ESPN, PBS, CNN, Washington Post, New York Newsday, Reuters, AP, Billboard and TV Guide. 

Select Courtroom Illustrations by Aggie Kenny

Larry Flynt during hearing in the United States Supreme Court in 1987, Flynt seated in gold plated wheel chair listening to the argument in the case of Hustler Magazine vs Falwell .  Transcript of the Supreme Court argument  SCOTUS transcript of Hustler v Falwell     Link to movie clip of the same scene

Paul Castellano seated during trial in 1985 weeks before his shooting death in front of Sparks Steakhouse in Manhattan on December 16, 1985. Link to the story of the  testimony of  Sammy " the Bull" Gravano describing the hit.
Jerry Sandusky seated during trial in Belleville PA courthouse.  Link to collection of stories about the case.

Aggie Kenny's artwork of the 9/11 Responders that was shown at the New York City Police Museum, then traveled to Washington DC, and was shown at the Senate Russell building

Wall Street Journal article about Aggie Kenny and her 9/11 artwork 

Responders walking on the WTC site near the "Taj tent" 4/24/2002

9/11 Responders sleeping in a tent on the WTC site 4/10/ 2002

Firemen awaiting of their fallen comrades. 3/25/2002

Aggie Kenny covered the Stand Up Records'  Akumal Comedy Festival April 2013 in Akumal Mexico. This April, she will be drawing the festival again April 30-May 3rd. 
Links about the festival below 

La Cancha, in Akumal Mexico 4/13/2013

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