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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 38 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wtnlncicloy, MmtS 10 ago Veteran reporter recalls covering sensational Saul Hlarkimm was a n- Tin- Al1 stuff i" New wars lino whon the son of I In- (hiiilos wiis Mo rnvrml lilt' SI'uVU iuvrstiiiiition ami cvwii- Him nf tlie i'Ollvicted if. lilt' kiilniip iincl killing. HllU'k- iii mi wiis AI''s lii-ws editor fur 11 ji-ars. ri'tirina liy S.UU'Kl. (T. HLACKMAN Fur Tin1 AsMK'Kitetl Press "Anne, they have stolen our iiv uMrs passed snu'e ruiil. hUislrry night of 1i L when Charles A. (itlfiTd those is ii'e iii'ler finding I heir child missing from his eir home in the bleak Smir- near Hope-well. Nnt :i shred ol evidence has hiMH'd up to challenge the con- tention oi the State of New Jer- sey one TCich- ard and killed 1'i-monlli-old Charles Jr. niui nilk'cti'd ransom. Flauptmann. .1 M-y e a r -o I d Bronx died in I he drvtrir chnir in tin1 stale prison ill TiTiHon. N on April 3. lie had always protested Ms inniH-riKT and because the v i ,1 e n c' o against him was I i1 L el y rircumstanUal there Harold Hoffman nssrc said "hundreds ri who doubted II a u p t m a n n committed the cuultl have done it iiiorv. Fisher, llaimtmann's kiwy-.T. called Ihe execution "the p-ealcHt tragedy in the his- tory 01 and .said will never wash it. JM'OSKCVTOItS SUUE Tli c t V.T. in on who wer c th e chief General David Wilentz and Hun- tcrdoti County prosecutor An- thony still active in law 'practices and arc as con- vinced