The Lindbergh Kidnapping Hoax
Paul Wendel & Ellis Parker
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Ellis Parker, a world famous detective, brought to the defense's attention during Hauptmann's appeal that Paul H. Wendel had confessed to the Lindbergh "kidnapping-murder".
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Wendel may have been mentally ill and some people thought Hauptmann could not be executed for the Lindbergh "kidnapping-murder" if another person confessed.
Wendel claimed he had been kidnapped and forced to write a confession of the Lindbergh case. He was innocent, he claimed, and said that Parker was involved.
In late April of 1936, five men were charged with the kidnapping of Wendel.
Harry Bleefeld, Murray Bleefeld, Ellis Parker, Jr., Harry Weiss, and Martin Schlossman.
The elder Parker was also arrested.
Harry Bleefeld died before his trial. Weiss, Schlossman, and Murry Bleefeld went on trial in 1937 and were sentenced to twenty years imprisonment in Sing Sing for disobeying the newly created Lindbergh Law.
The elder Parker was given six years in jail; the younger Parker three. On February 4, 1940, Ellis Parker, Sr. died of a brain tumor in prison.
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