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Michael 5260
Re: Hauptmann v. Kloppenburg
Fri Aug 24, 2018 11:44
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Hauptmann was told how to spell certain words. Where does this come from? Out of Hauptmann's own mouth. This is like believing Jodi Arias killed Travis Alexander in self-defense. We are supposed to believe her? We can look at Alexander's corpse that has multiple stab wounds to the body front and back, defense wounds on his hands, throat cut from ear to ear, and shot in the forehead with a .25 and conclude all of it is evidence of self-defense?

Hauptmann was not told how to spell words by the police. The proof is in the handwritings.

Look at the last two directional ransom notes and notice the words that are misspelled. Now compare the misspellings in Hauptmann's request writings S-78, S-79, S-97, and S-98 to the misspellings in the directional notes. It shows that the police were not telling Hauptmann how to spell words and that Hauptmann was not copying from the notes either.

Hauptmann's written specimens prove that neither event, coaching with the spelling or copying directly from the ransom notes, took place. It's right there in black and white and sometimes the world does operate that way. There is no gray area here in which to find some kind of oddball speculation refuge or contrary comfort.

  • Re: Hauptmann v. KloppenburgMichael, Fri Aug 24 08:31
    Once Kloppenburg got tired of writing did the Police whack him with a nightstick? No. But Hauptmann was. He was falling asleep and he'd get a knock on the ribs and told to write. It that a good... more
    • Re: Hauptmann v. Kloppenburg — Michael 5260, Fri Aug 24 11:44
      • Re: Hauptmann v. KloppenburgMichael, Fri Aug 24 12:36
        I've been researching it for 18 years now. No one on the planet has logged more time at the Archives than I have with the exception of Mark Falzini. My files on the handwriting are enormous and I am... more
        • Re: Hauptmann v. KloppenburgMichael 5260, Fri Aug 24 15:32
          If you have enormous files on the handwriting you should have reached a solid conclusion about Hauptmann's handwriting. You have been looking at this junk for 18 years and you still do not have a... more
          • Re: Hauptmann v. KloppenburgMichael, Sat Aug 25 08:45
            You are kinda all over the place... "If" I have? Listen, if any files were ever damaged at the Archives you can rest easy in knowing that copies can be made from my collection to replace them. Also... more
            • NewseumRichard Sloan, Sun Aug 26 13:15
              DOes anyone here know what the Newseum in DC has pert. to the case?
            • Re: Hauptmann v. KloppenburgMichael 5260, Sat Aug 25 12:25
              Okay, let's simplify things. In the next to last ransom note there is only one, only one, word misspelled. We can see that "south" is spelled "soud." That's it. All the other words in the ransom note ... more
              • Re: Hauptmann v. KloppenburgMichael, Sun Aug 26 09:04
                Let's make it even simpler. What we know (at the very least): 1. Sellers saw something in the exemplars which caused him to ask if Hauptmann was told how to spell. 2. Hauptmann said he was told how... more
                • Re: Hauptmann v. KloppenburgMichael 5260, Sun Aug 26 11:07
                  What exactly did Sellers see in the exemplars that caused him to ask if Hauptmann was told how to spell? Hauptmann said he was told how to spell. What else would you expect him to say. Scaduto even... more
                  • Re: Hauptmann v. KloppenburgMichael, Sun Aug 26 11:55
                    You're doing "it" again. What would I "expect" Hauptmann to say? Well, I don't know. According to you there is no reason for him to lie because there is no proof of it. So where'd it come from?... more
                    • Re: Hauptmann v. KloppenburgMichael 5260, Mon Aug 27 10:39
                      Doing what again? Asking a question? That's not permitted? Why? Hauptmann's claim that he was told to spell does not come forth until he is on trial in Flemington. He did not make this claim to... more
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