The Famous Hypothetical Question in the Trial of Harry K. Thaw : For the Murder of Stanford White (Classic Reprint)
by William Travers Jerome


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That the defendant's exhibits A to I, inclusive, defendant's exhibits L and K and defendant's ex bibit P were written by a man hereinafter desig nated as H.  Read more...


 
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That the defendant's exhibits A to I, inclusive, defendant's exhibits L and K and defendant's ex bibit P were written by a man hereinafter desig nated as H. K. T.; that H. K. T. Was born on the 12th of February, 1871; that one of his maternal uncles was of unsound mind from about 1883 to 1889, in which year he died, but that the character of the unsoundness of mind and the causes thereof do not appear (p. 298) that H. K. T. When in his early childhood sufiered from measles, mumps, whooping cough, St. Vitus Dance and Scarlet Fever (p. 264) that H. K. T. Has always been of a highly nervous temperament, when quite young he slept very badly so that a nurse had to nurse him a good part of the night; that when he had St. Vitus Dan'ce it lasted for a period of some weeks and that during the continuance of this dis ease H. K., t. Had strabismus so that he looked like a child whose eyes were perfectly crossed; that the attack of measles occurred when H. K. T. Was about nine or ten years old, at which time H. K. T. Appeared to be an unusually nervous child (p. 297) that in December, 1901, in the City of New York at a restaurant at a dinner given by H. H. K. T. For the first time met E. N., a young woman of 17 years of. Age, then a chorus girl in a theatrical performance in the City of New York and known to H. K. T. To be such (pp. 1735 that shortly thereafter H. K. T.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780243442416
  • ISBN-10: 0243442416
  • Publisher: Forgotten Books
  • Publish Date: April 2018
  • Page Count: 54
  • Dimensions: 9.02 x 5.98 x 0.11 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.19 pounds


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