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Joe for Sue
Re: Woodlawn Might Have Been a Footnote
Tue Jun 27, 2017 07:02
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Sue, I believe Riehl was telling the truth, at least to the best of his observation and recollection, as was Condon. They just saw two different things happening simultaneously, because CJ was not alone that evening at Woodlawn. CJ's accomplice was on the stone column, while CJ was the one who attracted Condon's attention at the fence with the white handkerchief and then met him along the fence near the gates of the cemetery. In my opinion, it's not about comparing the veracity of the accounts of Riehl vs. Condon.

  • Woodlawn Might Have Been a FootnoteSue for Joe Cz, Sat Jun 24 16:35
    Nothing about Robert Riehl was staged or contrived. Riehl didn't get a "heads up" as to WHO or WHAT he would encounter on the night of March 12, 1932. This was really an unstaged "Reality TV" moment... more
    • Re: Woodlawn Might Have Been a Footnote — Joe for Sue, Tue Jun 27 07:02
      • Re: Woodlawn Might Have Been a FootnoteSue for Joe, Tue Jun 27 12:15
        Yes. I see what you are saying about Riehl vs. Condon, Joe. Joe, would you please tell me what you think of Robert Stickney's account of his encounter at Woodlawn Cemetery? It will take some time,... more
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