Lindbergh wanted if not revenge then justice and I can fully understand that. The cops go hey this is the guy and Lindbergh goes yeah, absolutely, I remember his voice.
Well if no-one else has ever found that to be an incredible story then let me be the 1st.
If it had been an 'ordinary' trial then such testimony would never have been allowed.
Hauptmann never had a chance at a fair trial.
Hasn't been established? Hauptmann didn't get a fail trial, but re: guilt or innocence- apart from Lindberg's ID of the voice- what other evidence do you question?
Re: Lindberg, I don't doubt for a second that he knew this case inside and out, that is, what the evidence was, and what it wasn't.