CRIME: Death; Skirts; Baby

Last week three notorious U. S. kidnapping cases, varying in age from one to four years, were still knocking about the nation's courts in the following fashions:

"Inescapable Evidence." In Trenton, New Jersey's Court of Errors & Appeals handed down its decision in the case of Bruno Richard Hauptmann, who kidnapped and murdered Charles Augustus Lindbergh Jr. near Hopewell in March 1932, was caught with ransom money in The Bronx in September 1934, was convicted and sentenced to death at Flemington in February 1935. Unanimously the 13 voting members of New Jersey's...

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