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Ronelle to Jack
Sat Jun 3, 2017 05:53

"when looking at the crime modernly" means what?

Looking "modernly" would mean suspecting the mother and/or father before anyone else. Those NJ cops , modernly, should have begun trying to eliminate each of them from the start.

How do you know what kind of torment Lindbergh was under? You can't possibly know this - no one can. People just assume he was "tormented" because we think that's what we would feel if it happened to us - so we project our own fears on to a stranger we have never known.

Look at all of the photos! I dare you to point to a single one of them depicting a tormented father. His wife as well for that matter.

  • Good PostJack, Wed May 31 04:10
    Exceptionally good post - shows the torment Charles was under that few people realize when looking at the crime modernly. I think his efforts were doomed from the start because the crime was against... more
    • modernly? — Ronelle to Jack, Sat Jun 3 05:53
      • modernlyJack to Ronelle, Sun Jun 4 02:24
        Looking at the crime modernly means no emotion is involved. Like you do, people just look at the pictures and try to figure out what was going on and wait for the end of the TV show when they'll know ... more
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