The Lindbergh Baby Kidnapping: Miscarriage Of Justice Argumentative Essay by Top Papers

The Lindbergh Baby Kidnapping: Miscarriage Of Justice
An argument that Bruno Hauptmann was innocent in the Lindbergh baby kidnapping.
# 141376 | 1,000 words | 12 sources | MLA | 2008 | US

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Using a number of arguments from archives and opinion pieces, the thesis here is that Bruno Richard Hauptmann was framed, evidence was misplaced, mishandled or inocrrectly displayed and there is proof Hauptmann was at work at the time the Lindbergh baby was taken. The paper asserts that all these factors add up to the more commonly held theory that Hauptmann did not kidnap the baby which made headlines for years in the 1930s.

From the Paper:

"The 1920s and 1930s were decades of xenophobia in America. And perhaps two of the most serious offenses against "foreigners" were the persecution and execution of Sacco and Vanzetti in Massachusetts and the railroading as "guilty" of Bruno Hauptmann alleged kidnapper and killer of the baby son of famed "hero" Charles A. Lindbergh and his wife, Anne Morrow. Ample proof exists that Bruno Hauptmannn was innocent. Here are some examples: 1. "Although someone was tried, found guilty, and executed for the baby's death, there are still suspicions that an innocent man was put to death...The author points out the part played by prejudice, hysteria,"..."

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