Michael 5260
Re: Was It A Fake Kidnapping?
Sun Jul 22, 2018 17:12

Yeah Joe. It's very expensive sometimes to capture, prosecute, and defend the guilty.

  • Re: Was It A Fake Kidnapping?Joe, Sun Jul 22 13:54
    Not to mention the cost of the investigation and trial.. what are we talking here.. from March 1, 1932 and well into the late 1930's? Perhaps a hundred million dollars at today's value?
    • Re: Was It A Fake Kidnapping? — Michael 5260, Sun Jul 22 17:12
      • Proof that it Wasn't a Fake KidnappingJack, Fri Aug 10 03:16
        It couldn't have been a fake kidnapping because then Charles would have known what was in the first note, opened it right away, and started not calling the police. Also he wouldn't have protected the ... more
        • Above InformationJack, Fri Aug 10 03:24
          The information in the post above also proves that CAL had nothing to do with the 3/1/32 crime, so lots of investigators are still heading in the wrong direction after all those years.
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