Identifying a crook by his voice: The Lindbergh kidnapping

On 1 March 1932, the baby son of famous aviator Charles Lindbergh, was kidnapped from his cot. A ransom note left for the family, and $50,000 was paid. However, the child was not returned. Some months later his body was discovered in a wooded area. Here’s how speech evidence was used in the trial – ... Read more

 

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