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Joe
Re: david wilentz, may his name live in infamy
Fri Aug 10, 2018 08:56
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And the irony is that we probably never would have heard of David Wilentz, had it not been for a mentally-ill German carpenter from the Bronx.

  • david wilentz, may his name live in infamybob mills for anonymous and forum, Thu Aug 9 18:49
    Wilentz played a fast one on everybody. A permanent stain on New Jersey justice.
    • Re: david wilentz, may his name live in infamysteve for bob, Fri Aug 10 11:36
      don't forget he was tripping over evidence as somebody once said. don't blame wilentz for hauptmanns bad showing on the stand.
      • wilentzbob mills for steve romeo and forum, Fri Aug 10 18:58
        Steve, Hauptmann wasn't required to take the stand in his own defense. He did so voluntarily. If the trial were held today, Wilentz would have been scolded by the judge for misconduct. He might have... more
      • There's no question Wilentz took liberties as a prosecutor, but Hauptmann set himself up for everything he got by not coming clean.
    • Re: david wilentz, may his name live in infamy — Joe, Fri Aug 10 08:56
      • WilentzJack, Sun Sep 2 02:49
        Right, but Wilentz was really just doing his job, what he's supposed to be doing every day. I'd say he did it pretty well.
        • WilentzJack, Thu Sep 6 06:22
          Ever see the movie "Requiem for a Heavyweight? Had Anthony Quinn, and a young Cassius Clay in it. That movie is like the way things really work.
        • david wilentz of the great state of new jerseybob mills for jack and forum, Mon Sep 3 09:44
          Wilentz relied on two witnesses that he knew (or should have known) were worthless. Amandus Hochmuth was legally blind, and Millard Whited was a notorious liar who first said he hadn't seen anyone... more
          • Wilentz and the Real WorldJack for Bob and Forum, Mon Sep 3 13:09
            Yer right Bob, but Wilentz was just making happen what the real world including Mr. Lindbergh wanted done. I'd say he did a really good job.
            • wilentz, vengeance seekerbob mills for jack and forum, Tue Sep 4 09:01
              Well, Jack, I must be an idealist, then. The district attorney doesn't work for the victims of crimes, as their agent. He works for the justice system, not for Lindbergh or any other victim. That... more
              • WilentzJack, Thu Sep 6 06:18
                I know there's a way that things are supposed to work, Bob, but there is - especially in unusual circumstances - a way that they do work. Unfortunately just the reality of life.
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