The police learned of the offense against Willie Shard only upon arriving at the station. Willie Shard was called to come down to the police station, and upon walking into the building, immediately Willie Shard identified the two men, without counsel present, and before any formal charges had been made. History The petitioner and his companion did not have counsel present and believed they were not formally charged. They believed it was unfair that they never got a line up. A motion to suppress the identification was denied at trial, and the petitioner and his companion were convicted for the robbery.
Two of the shooters were dressed as uniformed police officers, while the others wore suits, ties, overcoats and hats, according to witnesses who saw the “police” leading the other men at gunpoint out of the garage after the shooting. So the witnesses didn’t do anything because they thought the police had the situation under control. The men were lined up against the wall and brutally killed. There were 150 bullets were shot and although all 7 weren’t killed on the spot, the one survivor eventually died in the hospital before being questioned (Capone, 2011). The only reason that anyone had come to the scene was because someone heard a dog going crazy in the car and then the bodies were found and the cops were called.
Neither man had a good alibi for the time of the robbery. There was good reason to doubt, however. Neither man spoke English very well and a translator was not provided for them. At the trial some witnesses swore that they saw Sacco and Vanzetti at the hold up, others however, swore they did not. Also, five people had been involved in the holdup.
CRIME Corporal Anthony Damiano Paterson Police Department Passaic County Patterson, NJ Corporal Anthony Damiano works the drug projects of Passaic County New Jersey which are currently under surveillance. Corporal Damiano and his partner stop an older vehicle just coming out of the projects. Calmly the driver is asked to step out of the vehicle and is then immediately questioned about the drug purchased that was just witnessed by the two officers. The driver, Raymond, is a 31 year old, Caucasian male with stocky build, full beard and mustache, dressed in a T-shirt, jeans and baseball cap. The passenger is a 32 year old Caucasian male similarly dressed and admittedly confesses “doing crack with Raymond”.
He also said in his statement that he had beaten the victim with a shoe, and the autopsy shows nothing of the sort. He could not describe the knife that was used to stab the victim in fact he had no idea she was even stabbed. Four months later Daniel Williams receives his results for the DNA testing and they are negative. Since Daniel confessed to something, he was still held responsible and the police closed the investigation. Months later, Unexpectedly Joe Dick, Daniel William’s roommate is now suspect number two.
Bruno is a German immigrant carpenter who was at the time living in the Bronx of New York. The police went to his house and found $14,000 in ransom money as well as many other things and they arrested him on the spot, this trial was the biggest in America. The investigators were able to do a handwriting analysis and determine the handwriting from Hauptmann and the ransom letters were a match. A lot of people were starting to question whether justice could be served or if it was just a lost cause because of such a death. The trial started and had at least 700 or more reporters and other people trying to sneak a peek inside the room and find out the results of the trial.
His reason- he felt that they were not giving him the rights he deserved by denying him access to the law library and the state Attorney Grievance Commission. Unlike Colin Ferguson, Stewart was able to prove his innocence and was acquitted of the murder charges. The Washington Post stated that the only thing left of this case was the prosecution thinking twice about the quality of their case, if someone who was a high school dropout was able to beat them. No one went back and asked if he was denied any rights, possibly because Stewart came out of the court room
He didn’t come with the files; he came with numerous of small notebooks. Det. McGee was telling her that Kansas City was starting to get less and less homeless in town. JJ setup a conference for the BAU team, and tried to discuss with this detective from Kansas City. Hotcher, the FBI Unit Chef, said to the team that they should go to Kansas City to investigate this case.
They stopped the car and ordered the driver out. After noticing a bullet on the front seat, officers searched the glove compartment and found a pistol, at which point they arrested the driver, identified as Albert Ross. One of the officers opened the car’s trunk, found a closed brown paper bag, and after opening the bag, discovered glassine bags containing white powder, which were later determined to be heroin. During a later search at the police headquarters they also found a zippered red leather pouch in the trunk, which they opened and found $3,200.00 in cash. No warrant was obtained for these searches.
Although he says he went inside, he also said he did not witness the murder, and he also described the scene after the murder wrong saying that Mr. Robinson fell off the chair once he reentered the room. Although this may have been true his story was not ever proven, there were no witnesses. The story which the other Indian man gives is not believable telling the jury that a friend of five years threatened to kill him if he told anyone. As an accused person himself, there would be no reason to wait till Tom’s trial. Why did he reenter the room where Mr. Robinson had been slain?