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Lindbergh Kiddnapping Case

Forensic Science

carol cubais

on 5 October 2012

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Carol Cubias Lindbergh Kidnapping Case And who is guilty..Bruno Hauptmann Background.. 1. The Greenwich Street Police made Hauptmann to copy out the ransom notes with their unique mis-spellings. 2. Rail 16 (Hauptamm's attic) 3. Others say that Hauptmann note was unfolded on his wallet. 4. The ransom money had oil, lipstick, and mascara. The money Hauptmann passed did not have those substances on them. 5. All the witnesses who testified against Hauptmann lied..Their original descriptions of the man they had seen at various stages of the Lindbergh crime did not match Hauptmann. 6. Hauptmann's findings of his fingerprints did not match those on the ransom letters. 7. the baby's dead body could of been anyone...since it was very decomposed when they found it. 8. Hauptmann's ransom money was really from his friend. 9. One of the witnesses who went against Hauptmann said he saw him but he was blind. (He lied) 10. Once police found the ransom money they wanted Hauptmann's to be guilty. 12. Mrs. Hauptmann strongly believes that his husband is innocent. 13. The latter used to clib into the window of the Lindbergh house did not match the wood on Hauptmann's attick. It looked similar, but did not matched. 14. Years after the trial, people believes that Bruno Richard Hauptmann was framed and railroaded for crime that he did not commit. 15.  Hauptmann was set up. He wasn’t the man in the cemetery. In March 1, 1932, a 20-month-old, Charles Augustus Lindbergh (Son of Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh) was kidnapped about 9:00am from the nursery on the 2nd floor of the Lindbergh home at Hopewell, New Jersey. The kidnapper left a ransom note at the window demanding $50,000. Then the body of the baby was accidentally found about 41/2 miles southeast of the house. Then this case became a murder investigation. Dear Sir!
Have 50.000$ redy 25.000$ in
20$ bills 15.000$ in 10$ bills and
10.000$ in 5$ bills After 2–4 days
we will inform you were to deliver
the mony.

We warn you for making
anyding public or for notify the Police
The child is in gut care.
Indication for all letters are
Singnature Two years later, Hauptmann was found guilty of first degree murder. He was sentence to death and executed by an electric chair at New Jersey State Prison. In that same day, Hauptmann proclaimed his innocence till the end... "The Lindbergh Kidnapping." FBI. N.p., n.d. Web. 04 Oct. 2012. <http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/history/famous-cases/the-lindbergh-kidnapping>.

"The Lindbergh Murders: Bruno Hauptman Was Innocent by Eustace Mullins." The Lindbergh Murders: Bruno Hauptman Was Innocent by Eustace Mullins. N.p., n.d. Web. 04 Oct. 2012. <http://educate-yourself.org/cn/eustacemullinslindbergmurdersJuly1988.shtml>.

"The Lindbergh Case." The Lindbergh Case. N.p., n.d. Web. 04 Oct. 2012. <http://jimfisher.edinboro.edu/lindbergh/intro.html>.

"The Richard Hauptmann (Lindbergh Kidnapping) Trial." The Richard Hauptmann (Lindbergh Kidnapping) Trial. N.p., n.d. Web. 04 Oct. 2012. <http://law2.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/FTrials/Hauptmann/Hauptmann.htm>.
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