On the night of March 1, 1932 Charles Lindbergh kidnapped his 20 month old son, and on a later date brutally murdered him. Throughout the investigation Charles made it seem as though it was an uneducated German man who committed the crime. The ransom note had many mistakes in spelling, and grammar. Yet any educated person can purposely make these mistakes to make the police believe this, and they did. They fell for Charles trick.
He never seemed to be an honest man to me and he sure was a prankster. I mean what kind of father hides his child in a trash closet and tells his family the poor child has been kidnapped? I mean come on now, are we 5 years old here? He had been like this throughout his whole life. He use to brag about how he let his friend drink kerosene, and have severe internal burns. Now I don’t think that’s funny at all, seriously harming someone is not a joke.
Charles Lindbergh was not known for telling the truth. I mean he did have 5 children with 3 other women, not including the two he had with his wife. And throughout the whole ordeal he never really seemed very eager to get his child back. He was sick and cruel men, who kidnapped and murdered his own 20 month old son, and then let Bruno Hauptmann, German carpenter, take the blame for it. Hauptmann was given the death penalty for a crime he did not commit. When in reality Charles Lindbergh, a malicious man, did the most unthinkable crime. Now with all this in mind do you believe that Charles Lindbergh committed this crime? I sure do. He wasn’t a very honest man, and there really is no evidence against Bruno Hauptmann. There was a little piece of paper, with the number of the man who delivered the ransom note, yet a reporter claims that he had written it. Then there was a man who placed Hauptmann at the scene of the crime around the time it was committed. But the man was blind! Now seriously? Theres no way I would believe that…so you tell me.do you think Hauptmanns guilty or do you think Lindbergh committed this horrible crime?
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