The Lindbergh kidnap is a lesson for the McCanns - and the media

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    shrinkydink Former Member

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    I'm one of those people that think Mr. Lindbergh had something to do with his son's death.
     
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    Well, ok, but could you be more specific? Why, what part did he play?

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    LinasK Verified insider- Mark Dribin case

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    Except that in this case, the police don't believe there was a kidnapping, she died in the room. Most pedos would abduct the child, not kill them on the spot with two other children present.
     
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    Where did the ploce say this?
     
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    LinasK Verified insider- Mark Dribin case

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    I've read it in more than one article, but don't have them handy...
     
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    Hi Shrinky,
    I've just started reading more about the Lindbergh case only recently.
    It has been said that Mr. Lindbergh was known for practical jokes done in poor taste. I have a feeling that his son's death was a joke gone wrong.

    But, that is totally just my opinion. I need to read some more about the case.
     
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    That could be. I don't know - obviously, or I'd be promoting my book on the topic right now:)

    I have heard that theory before. I have a much easier time seeing that Hauptmann was falsely accused than i do seeing how Lindbergh might have been. I've always thought it was a kidnap for money and the baby was accidentally killed, ruining the plan. I don't even remember what I read that made me think that - this was years ago.

    I did think that the connection regarding the media exposure was interesting, though, even though the case itself is rather dusty in my mind. If anyone has a good book to recommend on the topic, I'd be interested in hearing about it.

    Shrinky
     
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    What in God's name does this have to do with Maddy's case? PLEASE PEOPLE STICK TO THE TOPIC HERE!!!!!!
     
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