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Michael 5260
Re: Hauptmann v. Kloppenburg
Fri Aug 24, 2018 15:32
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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 reliable answer? I would get some help with it. There are people out there that would help you. If you're in this deep you might as well go all the way.

The Arias case? It just shows that defendants will lie like hell to save their skins and that Hauptmann was no different.

The Ramsey Case? You will have to talk to the examiners that gave their opinion that Patsy did not write the ransom note and also talk to the examiners that gave an opinion that she did write it. I do know that Patsy Ramsey was ambidextrous, had received chemotherapy for cancer, and was taking medications. Medications can have an effect on the central nervous system which will also have an effect on the handwriting. I hope a few of the examiners thought about this.

You keep going back to Hauptmann being beaten. I got my ass kicked along with everyone else in basic training. None of us were worse for the wear. If the police thought for a moment they were going to get any confession out of Hauptmann they were grossly mistaken. Hauptmann had his ass kicked by his father, during training in the German army, and probably while he was in prison. Whatever the police dished out he could handle. Dudley Schonfeld warned the police about taking a hard approach with Hauptmann. They didn't listen. The harder they pushed the more Hauptmann would resist. Today an interrogator would feed and stroke Hauptmann's ego. He had plenty of it.

If Hauptmann saw the Boad Nelly note casually he would have to have had one hell of a photographic memory to replicate the spelling in the in the note yet he did not replicate the spelling in the note. He didn't copy from the ransom note either because he did not replicate the misspellings "exactly" as they appeared in the Boad Nelly ransom note.

In the Boad Nelly note we find "Boat" spelled as "Boad", "the" used instead of "they", "innocent" spelled as "innocent." That's it for the misspellings. All the other words are spelled correctly.

Look at what Hauptmann writes. The word "boat" was dictated to Hauptmann sixteen times. Fourteen times he spells it as "bout" and twice as "boat."

Hauptmann writes "ther" for "they" two times and "the" for "they" twice.

He spells "innocent" as "innecent", "inocent", "inecent" and "inecent."

Gay Head? Hauptmann did not spell it correctly even once. You find "Gahatt", "Gahatt", "Gehatt and "Geehatt".

A person would have to have fallen off a turnip truck going to town to believe, based on Hauptmann's request writings of the Boad Nelly ransom, that police were telling him how to spell or that Hauptmann was copying directly from the Boad Nelly ransom note and never once did Hauptmann write "Boad."

The most significant misspelling in the Boad Nelly ransom note, "Boat" spelled as "Boud", and the police missed it? A strange phonetic spelling and Hauptmann failed to see it and replicate the spelling in his request samples while he was copying directly from the ransom note? Hey, the sun does not rise in the west and set in the east and if you toss a ball into the air it does not fall up.

How about the handwriting in Hauptmann's closet? This is worth our exploration.

  • 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. Kloppenburg — Michael 5260, Fri Aug 24 15:32
      • 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
                  • Re: Hauptmann v. KloppenburgMichael, Mon Aug 27 14:32
                    So Hauptmann never claimed he was told to spell until trial? So you've seen the Fawcett collection? You've seen all of Lloyd Fisher's material? You've seen all there is to see which could reveal a... more
                    • Re: Hauptmann v. KloppenburgMichael 5260, Mon Aug 27 16:48
                      So, what's in the Fawcett collection that proves Hauptmann told Fawcett the police told him how to spell? Fawcett knew about this claim and still went to Haring for a handwriting examination and... more
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