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Sue for Bob Mills
Condon & the Bronx Home News
Mon Jul 31, 2017 22:28
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Perhaps Jafsie DID know of an active plot in the Bronx.

After all...

Condon was known as "The Grand Old Man of the Bronx."

The Bronx News was a paper that ONLY dealt with news that came out of the BRONX!

Reporters knew that he was down in the city room often -- he was a fixture at the Bronx Home News. Everyone knew him. He loved the limelight!

Shortly after the kidnapping, Condon was at a meeting where residents from the Bronx were asked their opinions about the Lindbergh kidnapping. Condon was in attendance, and stated that he would give $1000 of his own money to help bring Baby Lindbergh back.

Condon's statement was soon published in the Bronx Home News.


  • reilly and condonbob mills for sue and forum, Mon Jul 31 11:43
    Reilly must have sensed that Condon knew more than he let on, specifically that the kidnapping was a mob operation, not a lone-wolf escapade by Hauptmann. Not that Reilly was particularly perceptive, ... more
    • Unruly Comments AboveJack, Tue Aug 15 06:20
      First of all a public apology is called for to the Schonfeld family for the above post. He was a thoroughly professional M.D. and psychiatrist who donated his time towards solving the greatest crime... more
      • unruly comments?bob mills for jack, Wed Aug 16 15:59
        Jack, I presume you're referring to my choice of words when I called Schonfeld a "quack." Schonfeld never once met Hauptmann. He never spoke to him on the telephone. Yet he drew a mental picture of a ... more
        • RespectJack, Thu Aug 17 06:28
          I would think that you, Bob Mills, who in the past have been in a position which deserved respect, though perhaps not any more, would think before you tossed unfavorable and of course ridiculous... more
          • respect?bob mills for jack, Thu Aug 17 10:18
            Professionals, Jack? Does the term "professional" automatically attach to someone in a profession? Or should the word be reserved for those who ACT professional? I think most people would prefer the... more
      • Re: Unruly Comments AboveGuest, Wed Aug 16 13:40
        Jack, Jack, Jack, what are we to do with you? Me thinks you need to go back to that bowling ally and get your as●●● kicked again,,,, JMHO
        • BAJack, Thu Aug 17 06:21
          Nothing happened at the bowling alley. I wonder if you commenters even read the posts. I told a guy I'd bowl him one game for $ 500 and wouldn't take his check. Would you? If you would you're pretty... more
    • Condon & the Bronx Home News — Sue for Bob Mills, Mon Jul 31 22:28
      • accuracyAnonymous, Sun Aug 20 15:55
        "Condon's [verbal] statement was soon published in the Bronx Home News." Condon's "statement" was actually a Letter to the (Ass't) Editor (Coleman) of the BHN (whom he knew personally). He had... more
      • coincidencesbob mills for sue and forum, Tue Aug 1 12:28
        "If it walks like a duck, and quacks like a duck, etc..." Sue, you've done far more research than I have on the LKC. But what first drew me to the case were the amazing "coincidences" that surrounded ... more
        • Re: coincidencessteve for bob, Thu Aug 3 09:42
          hi bob I have the fbi files on baker I think he was cleared
          • baker, geissler, and myra condonbob mills for steve and forum, Mon Aug 7 12:32
            Steve, my understanding is that they couldn't prove Baker laundered the money because the bank teller couldn't remember what "J./J. Faulkner" looked like (or was afraid to get involved). Then it... more
            • correctionbob mills for steve and forum, Mon Aug 7 12:57
              Upon checking my notes I find that Carl Geissler actually worked with Ralph Hacker, Jafsie Condon't son-in-law. Hacker was married to Myra (nee Condon). Sorry for the error.
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