Hauptmann Appeal Begins, Daily Racing Form, 1935-06-22


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111 114 114 102 102 110 110 100 100 113 113 HAUPTMANN APPEAL BEGINS j TRENTON, N. J., June 21. — Bruno Rich- ;h- ard Hauptmann, convicted for the kidnap- tp- 500 00 700 700 700 700 700 700 700 700 j ;h- tp- ■ - . ing of the Lindbergh baby, began his fight for a new trial before the Court of Errors and Appeals Thursday. He claimed that he Was tried unfairly, that his constitutional rights were violated, and that he was "bullied and browbeaten" by the state during the trial at Flemington. Hauptmanns wife Anna was excluded from the courtroom. Shortly before the arguments began, a concealed dictaphone located behind the judges bench was discovered. It was immediately ripped out, together with its wire, which ran into the basement. - — ■ e — ■ r

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