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Michael 5260
Re: Anna Hauptmann, spouse
Tue Jan 2, 2018 14:28
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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 night.

Could he have picked her up? Of course, but it doesn't prevent Hauptmann from being in Hopewell on Tuesday night.
Hauptmann had a Dodge with a flat head six cylinder engine in it. It could do sixty miles an hour for hours without even breathing hard and he could have covered the distance quite easily. Once he pulled onto Route 1 it was a straight run up to Ft. Lee, a right turn toward the GW Bridge, and home.

Anna sat there everyday during the trial. She saw and heard everything the jury saw and heard. She blew it all off.

If Anna is a victim of circumstances it is her husband that created and caused the circumstances.




  • 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, spouse — Michael 5260, Tue Jan 2 14:28
      • 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
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