Re: handwriting identification
Sun Aug 5, 2018 13:37

It's hard to argue with the totality of the handwriting evidence against Hauptmann from such a battery of QDE's overall. For the layman, I just shake my head at the obvious similarities between the ransom notes and the mini-autobiography that Hauptmann penned to his lawyer, James Fawcett. I have to believe Hauptmann was close to seeing how he might be able to do at that point with an insanity defense, by stressing the impact of his wartime injuries.

  • handwriting identificationRichard Sloan, Sun Aug 5 10:19
    I recall that the Osbornes (father & son) were originally divided about whether or not Bruno wrote the ransom notes. Son didn't agree with dad that he had written them, until there was more evidence... more
    • Re: handwriting identification — Joe, Sun Aug 5 13:37
      • handwritingRichard Sloan, Sun Aug 5 22:49
        Yes, his writing on letters he wrote from jail are a "dead" give away!He DONE WROTE DEM NOTES.
    • it's a small world Richard Sloan, Sun Aug 5 10:24
      Richard Bocker, the contractor we use to work on projects in our house just told me that his grandfather, Albert Bocker, owned the nursery DIRECTLY ACROSS THE STREET FROM the Bergen Greenhouse... more
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