Re: condon's phone number
Sun Jul 8, 2018 08:30

I agree the (3) questionings should be read. So should the Bronx Testimony, the Flemington Testimony, the Police Reports, the Memos, Interviews, and the Letters. In fact, everything should be read. Also, consider the context - that Foley just rescued him from future beatings, from sleep deprivation, from lack of food and water, and gave him the contact with this wife and child that he was begging for.

And finally consider Hauptmann did have "something" to hide while at the same time not wanting to be placed back into his previous situation.

So there's a lot to consider - and not just the confusing questioning with Foley where he seems to admit and not admit the exact same facts posed to him.

  • Re: condon's phone numberJoe for Bob Mills, Sun Jul 8 07:53
    Read the transcript, Bob. Hauptmann doesn't sound confused here at all. He's simply following the line of questioning. As much as it may seem an unusual habit to you and me, writing information on... more
    • Re: condon's phone number — Michael, Sun Jul 8 08:30
      • context is everythingbob mills for michael and forum, Mon Jul 9 10:07
        "I guess I must have written (Condon's phone number) on the wall" doesn't sound to me like an admission of guilt. It sounds more like a confused person's effort to answer a hostile question. Michael... more
      • Re: condon's phone numberJoe for Michael, Sun Jul 8 10:54
        I agree the high road is the one that allows for the best viewpoint, and I'm looking forward to reading this section of your book to see what's new under the sun. At the same time, we also need to... more
        • Re: condon's phone numberMichael, Sun Jul 8 11:19
          I think after reviewing everything assembled that you will be in the best position ever to make an informed decision - whatever that will be. What I've learned most over the years is there are always ... more
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