CRIME: New Jersey v. Hauptmann (Cont'd)

New Jersey v. Hauptmann (Cont'd)

With painful concentration, two uneducated carpenters in the little courthouse at Flemington, N. J. last week watched and listened to a brawny scientist from the Wisconsin woods. From the witness stand Arthur Koehler, head of the Federal Forest Products Laboratory at Madison, was delivering a three-hour illustrated lecture on wood. Carpenter Bruno Richard Hauptmann, the German stowaway accused of kidnapping and killing Charles Augustus Lindbergh Jr., paid close attention because his life was at stake. Carpenter Liscom Case, Juror No.11, listened and looked carefully because...

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