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Michael 5260
Re: Tony
Sun Dec 31, 2017 08:03
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Anna was upset because Scaduto's book did not prove her husband blameless therefore Tony was a creep.

Anna fired Attorney Fawcett because she felt what he was doing wasn't good enough for her husband. She wanted Ed Reilly. Reilly once got a woman off the hook for secretly bringing a gun into jail that her husband or boy friend used to kill a guard. What a stupid jury that must have been. Add to it that Hearst was going to pick up Reilly's fee and it was a match made in heaven.

Tony did quite a bit of evidence massaging in his book. What he had to say about Albert Hamilton is an example. Why he put this claptrap in his book stuns the senses.

There is more. According to Scaduto it was not proven that Hauptmann wrote the ransom notes and at the same time it was not proven that he did not write the ransom notes. So, we are to believe that eight of the best forensic document examiners in the country at the time were dopes and John M. Trendley, for the defense, was also a dope. This is a ludicrous claim. This is what happens when a person has a preconceived notion before ever hitting one key on a typewriter.

  • TonyAnonymous, Sat Dec 30 18:59
    Anthony Scaduto may have been a "fine gentleman" to some, but Anna Hauptmann, who was in a position to know, felt betrayed by him personally and by the low quality of his research on her husband's... more
    • Re: Tonysteve romeo, Tue Jan 2 09:42
      also when I talked to anna hauptmans friend, she said she didn't like Robert bryan being friendly with jim fisher
      • Re: TonyMichael 5260, Tue Jan 2 10:42
        Hi Steve. Anna sure didn't like very many people that were trying to help her. She didn't like James Fawcett. She felt he wasn't doing good enough. She didn't like Ed Reilly. She thought he was too... more
        • Anna Hauptmann, spousebob mills for michael and forum, Tue Jan 2 12:30
          Michael, whatever the extent of Hauptmann's guilt (accomplice? extortionist?), I'm convinced Anna always thought he was innocent. Not that she thought he was an angel; clearly she didn't. But if he... more
          • Re: Anna Hauptmann, spouseMichael 5260, Tue Jan 2 14:28
            Hi Bob. Believing and knowing are distinctly different from one another. Anna could not remember positively that her husband picked her up at the bakery. She said he "usually" did so on a Tuesday... more
            • hauptmann and his speedy dodgebob mills for michael and forum, Wed Jan 3 05:45
              Michael, assuming Hauptmann's car could have gotten him back to the Bronx in time to pick Anna up that night, we're still left with several big riddles: 1) What time do we assume the abduction took... more
              • "Who could have tipped him off that the family was there? How thoroughly were the tradesmen who constructed Highfields questioned after the kidnapping? Besides the Whateleys (who were not entirely... more
                • who was the tipster?bob mills for spamela49 and forum, Thu Jan 4 09:26
                  Sorry for not remembering you, Pamela. I don't remember climbing the ladder, but I'm an old guy who forgets stuff. I'm also a bit over 200 lbs., so I doubt the ladder would have survived my effort.... more
                  • my phone conversation w/ Joyce MiltonRonelle , Fri Jan 5 06:01
                    Interesting that you bring up Joyce Milton, Bob. (Welcome back, Pamela!) Many years ago I called Joyce Milton and we had a long conversation about the case. She believed that Hauptmann was the lone... more
              • Re: hauptmann and his speedy dodgeAnonymous, Wed Jan 3 09:52
                There isn't any way to know the exact time that Hauptmann went in and out of the nursery or when Lindbergh came home. We do know that when the baby was checked on he was gone. A rational inference is ... more
                • Re: hauptmann and his speedy dodgeAnonymous, Thu Jan 4 09:49
                  Interesting... There isn't any way to know when the baby was taken but you know which route Hauptmann took?
                  • misquotebob mills for mr. anonymous, Fri Jan 5 05:44
                    Huh? I said nothing of the sort. Michael speculated that Hauptmann could have made it back to the Bronx in time to pick Anna up at the bakery, using Route 1. i suggested that if Hauptmann were in a... more
    • anthony scaduto, groundbreaking authorbob mills for forum, Mon Jan 1 05:36
      What I remember from Scaduto's book is his willingness to suspect the Mafia (OK, to be politically correct, the mob) when other authors had been afraid to go there. Years later, Joyce Milton put it... more
      • Re: anthony scaduto, groundbreaking authorsteve for bob, Tue Jan 2 09:44
        hi bob hope all is well, your still high on baker I see. the fbi cleared him and had a investigation on him, so I don't think to much on him.
        • duane baker, suspectbob mills for steve and forum, Tue Jan 2 12:17
          Steve, I do know the FBI let Baker go. What I don't know is how much they had on him. When you add up the clues, Baker is almost a perfect suspect. Who else but the superintendent at Plymouth (Baker) ... more
    • Re: Tony — Michael 5260, Sun Dec 31 08:03
    • Re: TonyAnonymous, Sat Dec 30 22:23
      At least Scaduto did research at the NJSP Archives. And yet with your glaring lack of research you still cannot find your way to the NJSP Archives? Talk about the Pot calling the Kettle black! What... more
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