With these words, in a show-trial orchestrated by the Yugoslav Communists, Cardinal Aloysius Stepinac was charged with high treason and co-operation with the enemy occupier, the founding of a military vicariate, plotting the demise of the political system and propaganda against the state. The Apostolic Nuncio Joseph Hurley came to Zagreb and attended every session. Every time when Stepinac was led into the court, he would stand up and bow in Stepinac’s direction. In this he wanted to demonstrate that the man was completely just and that he was not guilty of any felony. He also wanted to show how deeply he respected him for his convictions, and all his past standpoints and choices.