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Ronelle to anonymous
what is wrong with you?
Thu May 11, 2017 06:25
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Not only are you unwilling to reveal your identity all of these many years on this forum but you are not even capable of any honest debate.

It was obvious what I meant in my post about BRUNO - he never used that name in America, his closest friends and his wife never called him BRUNO and no document that he ever signed in this country was in the name BRUNO.

I do not know what Robert Zorn's father heard 85 years ago but it surely wasn't about our BRUNO. And, as you very well know, it was only after his arrest that BRUNO became his ID in every article ever printed about the kidnapping in America. Oh yes, and even on my website which deals with the aftermath of the arrest and trial.





  • "Bruno"Anonymous, Wed May 10 12:11
    Did ANYONE in America ever call Richard Hauptmann BRUNO? "Mr. Reilly: Bruno Richard Hauptmann, take the stand" (official transcript) "Bruno Richard Hauptmann, the defendant, called as a witness in... more
    • what is wrong with you? — Ronelle to anonymous, Thu May 11 06:25
    • bruno and other 3-named villainsbob mills for anonymous and forum, Wed May 10 18:00
      For some reason notorious villains (whether convicted fairly or not) are commonly known by three names, if they have three. Ronelle is right that nobody ever called Hauptmann "Bruno" socially, but... more
      • you're kidding me?Ronelle to Bob Mills, Thu May 11 06:50
        "Anonymous is right in citing these examples." You're kidding? He has cited only "examples" of the AFTERMATH - when he became known as BRUNO by every living human on earth because the Cops and the... more
        • three-names or two?bob mills for ronelle and forum, Thu May 11 18:31
          Ronelle, he was "Richard" to everyone in his social milieu, and he only wanted to be known as "Richard." But if my memory serves, he was "Bruno Richard Hauptmann" on his driver's license, which... more
          • What's In A Name & What Does It Mean?jdb, Sun May 14 00:50
            Interesting about the three name thing, Bob. Not sure what to make of it. How's about John Wesley Hardin? But seriously: I've read Zorn's book and saw the TV special. The book was good if not... more
            • yes, everything in this universe is "possible"Ronelle to JDB, Tue May 16 01:13
              But, the idea that a 15 year old boy who understands no word of the German language "remembers" - by way of a provocative article in a magazine 3 decades later - a "secret plot" spoken supposedly for ... more
              • Yesjdb, Tue May 16 03:13
                Yes, Ronelle, I too am dubious as to the value of shrinks, faith healers, therapists of all kinds but the physical; and I may as well throw the so-called political pundits who dominate the airwaves... more
                • JFC - a kidnapper?Ronelle to jdb, Wed May 17 01:00
                  "That there appears to be some evidence that John Condon may have had pedophile tendencies when he was a much younger man could have been dragged into the case as yet another reason for what... more
                  • Word Usagejdb, Wed May 17 03:02
                    Alas, Ronelle, my post featured some unfortunate word usage, by which I didn't mean to imply that the elderly Condon had any designs whatsoever on toddler CAL, Jr. or that the police seriously... more
                • little green menRonelle to John JDB, Tue May 16 22:12
                  I would have to re-read Schoenfeld all over again and nowadays I don't think I could keep even one eyelid open doing that. Though there would certainly have to be some sort of "expertise" involved in ... more
          • Re: three-names or two?Joe for Bob Mills, Fri May 12 13:21
            He never went by "Bruno Richard Hauptmann" before his arrest, even on his driver's license. A couple of authors have written have claimed this was the name that came back to Finn from the department... more
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