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If you purchased Minecraft before July 2012 you can use your username. He said he knew "TAXP 55 Marie Jackson, and had taxied her occasionally with men. He said he did not know Marler's Restaurant, and that he had never been on Ivy Hill. He called Marie Jackson's tes- timony false and said he left Coxton because he had received a letter saying his little daughter was ill. When he got home to Coal Creek he worked at various jobs during the late fall and winter and was at all times available to police officers, he said. He testified that he had been arrested on suspicion in the Vickery case but was later released. He told the court that he did not refuse to return to Coxton and he denied that he returned in March only after hearing that the Grand Jury declined to indict him. He insisted that he was innocent and knew nothing whatever about the disappearance of Mary Vickery. On March 31, 1926, the jury returned a verdict of guilty and recommended life imprisonment. A motion for a new trial was overruled. An appeal was taken. On the same day Dabney was sentenced to be confined for life at hard labor in the state penitentiary at Frankfort. As Dabney was without funds and had had to take the pauper's oath, a transcript of the testimony was printed at the state's expense and filed with his bill of exceptions, May 19. His appeal to the Kentucky Court of Appeals was pend- ing, almost a year later, when on a night in March, Patrol- man George S. Davis noticed, quite by chance, the name of Mary Vickery on the register of a hotel in Williamsburg, Kentucky. The name sounded familiar to Davis. He thought he had heard it before. He asked about it and was told that Mary Vickery had lived in the hotel at one time. He was told that she had gone across the Cumberland River to visit friends. He soon found her and recognized her at once ; and the story she told Davis was quite different from the imaginative tale Marie Jackson had spread upon the record. Mary said she left Coxton, August 23, 1925, with five dollars in her pocketbook, because she couldn't get along with her stepmother. She had gone to the train in a taxi. 56 CONVICTING THE INNOCENT She did not know the driver, but the description she gave fitted Dabney. She was sure she did not know Marie Jack- son. From Coxton she said she went first to Livingston, where she worked as a waitress, then to Berea, where she worked as a maid. From Berea she moved on to Mount Ver- non and finally to Cincinnati, where she found work in a woolen mill. She admitted that while in Cincinnati she had heard that someone had been convicted of murdering her and was told that she should go home, but it was some time before she decided to do so. She informed Davis that she was then on her way back to Coxton. Her return to Coxton led to an immediate pardon for Dabney and the appointment of G. J. Jarvis as a special in- vestigator to inquire into the conduct of Marie Jackson. True to form Marie offered more stories about the Vickery case, all untrue. Jarvis was quoted in one newspaper account as being of the opinion that Marie Jackson testified against Dabney to get a $500 reward that had been offered, but other accounts have it that Marie wanted Dabney to leave his wife and children and live with her. He would not con- sent and for revenge she testified against him. As a result of Jarvis' investigation of the Jackson episode, she was convicted of false swearing, and on the same day (March 27) it was reported that Mary Vickery was married to C. E. Dempsey by Rev. H. C. Davis of the Baptist Church of God in Coxton. READING the cold record, it seems hard to understand why a jury should deduce from so much conflicting testimony a conclusion of Dabney's guilt. Perhaps Dabney's directness and apparent indifference operated against him, rather than in his favor. So far as personal credibility was concerned, there should have been but little question he had been an inconspicuous, unobjectionable citizen. Marie Jackson, the state's star witness, had not been. Why she should have been believed, and not he, is hard to say. Perhaps unfavorable inferences were drawn from his six months' return to his home in Coal Creek, Tennessee, shortly after Mary Vickery's "TAXI" 57 disappearance. But if Marie Jackson was believed by the jury, the testimony of the Stewart girls and Miss Smith must have been disbelieved, for the Jackson story was quite inconsistent with theirs. The father's identification of a de- composed body was also none too certain, and the difference among the witnesses as to the color of the hair should have aroused suspicion of the accuracy of the identification. But it was assumed that murder had been committed, and some- one must apparently be required to suffer for it. Piecing to- gether every unfavorable inference, however inconsistent, and refusing to give weight to evidence in Dabney's favor, the jury became.sufficiently convinced that the murder could and should be charged to Dabney. Perjury and too easy credulity, operating on minds predisposed by the circum- stances of time and place to believe the worst, rather than official or judicial incompetence, were responsible for a grievous miscarriage of justice. EVEN THE POLICE AREN'T SAFE Evans and Ledbetter. ON August 30, 1929, Harry D. McDonald was ar- rested by the sheriff of Los Angeles County on a charge of conspiracy to violate the Wright Act in receiving stolen property. McDonald admittedly had a criminal record for felonies. Nevertheless, he surprised the District Attorney by confessing numerous conspiracy trans- actions involving over fifty officers of the Los Angeles Police Department. McDonald implicated most of these guardians of the law in schemes of bribe taking to prevent prosecutions. Two of the officers so charged by McDonald were Wal- ter E. Evans and Miles H. Ledbetter, officers in the De- partment of Detectives. McDonald's confession concerned twenty-five or thirty stolen diamonds which he had pur- chased from one Jack Hawkins in August or September, 1927. About a year later, McDonald was questioned about these diamonds by Officer Reavis. McDonald said that he thereupon telephoned his friend Patrolman Ledbetter, who called at his place of business, nominally a bathhouse, at which time Ledbetter said that he would talk the matter over with Detective Lieutenant Evans, and call again the follow- ing day, Saturday. Evans and Ledbetter were said to have called on Saturday, and, stating that Jack Hawkins had con- fessed to the San Francisco police that he had sold the stolen diamonds to McDonald, demanded $1,000 to hush the matter up. McDonald said further that the matter was thereupon hushed, and that, on the day following, he paid $750 in cur- rency to these two officers. Mrs. McDonald and Elizabeth Pierce, a maid at the McDonald place, corroborated the fact that $750 had been paid to the officers. McDonald set the date of this transaction as sometime around October 1, 1928. McDonald, his wife, and the maid were called before the Grand Jury to repeat their stories, and Evans and Ledbet- ter were consequently indicted on the charge of having re- ceived a bribe of $750 from McDonald upon their agreement EVEN THE POLICE AREN'T SAFE 59 not to arrest and prosecute him on a charge of receiving stolen property. They were called for trial before Judge William C. Doran in the Los Angeles County Superior Court. Deputy District Attorney William R. McKay rep- resented the state, and Alfred F. McDonald and Theodore C. McKenna represented the defendants. The only additional testimony against the defendants was on the admitted fact that Mrs. McDonald and Mrs. Led- better were friendly. Evans and Ledbetter both testified in their own defense. They admitted calling at McDonald's place on a Saturday and on a Sunday in 1928, but said that this was on July 7 and 8, 1928, and concerned the Oswald diamond robbery; they also maintained that they knew nothing and had heard nothing of any diamonds McDonald said he had purchased from Jack Hawkins ; and they denied absolutely that they had ever received $750 from their ac- cuser. In rebuttal, both Mr. and Mrs. McDonald testified that, on the Sunday prior to July 4, they had moved to a bungalow at Venice, California, and that McDonald was not in Los Angeles for the two weeks thereafter. The case was submitted to the jury, which, apparently believing the Mc- Donalds rather than the defendants, returned a verdict of guilty. They were sentenced on November 7, 1929. Their conviction was affirmed on appeal, and their motions for new trials, on the ground of newly discovered evidence, denied. On July 2, 1930, they started to serve their terms in San Quentin. INVESTIGATIONS of the matter were, however, continued by the authorities. No record could be found that Hawkins had made any statement to the San Francisco police regarding stolen diamonds or that such a matter had been reported to the Los Angeles police. The daily detective reports in the files of the Police De- partment, which were admittedly genuine but which for some reason were not accepted in evidence at the trial, showed that on June 16, 1928, two valuable diamond rings had been stolen from Mrs. Nick Oswald. Detective Lieutenants Stone and Evans were assigned to the case. They started a sys- 60 CONVICTING THE INNOCENT tematic investigation. On Saturday, July 7, Mr. Oswald telephoned to detective headquarters to say that he sus- pected McDonald, remembering that McDonald on one oc- casion had greatly admired the very diamonds that were later stolen. On July 7 and 8, Lieutenant Stone was off duty, so Evans requested Detective Captain Vernand to assign some de- tective who knew McDonald, to assist him in the investiga- tion. Ledbetter was chosen, and together he and Evans went to McDonald's place. McDonald denied any knowledge of the Oswald diamonds. Yet McDonald told the officers that he might be able to find a clue to the missing diamonds if they would call the following day. They called on Sunday, July 8, and received a "tip." On Monday, July 9, Stone re- ported again for duty, and he and Evans continued the in- vestigation until July 25, at which time the case was closed. Ledbetter was on the case, therefore, for only two days, July 7 and 8; and he had been taken to McDonald's place by Evans, and not as the result of a call from McDonald, as the latter testified. It was further discovered that on July 9 Mc- Donald had signed the safety-deposit record of the Bank of America, at the branch at Main and Washington Streets, Los Angeles, a day when both Mr. and Mrs. McDonald swore that he was out of town. It was found that the maid, Elizabeth Pierce, had not entered the employ of the Mc- Donalds until after August 8, so that she could not have been present on July 7 and 8. These disclosures and other facts later discovered, coupled with McDonald's previous record of felonies, convinced the authorities, including the District Attorney, the Advisory Pardon Board, and Gov- ernor C. C. Young, that the testimony of the McDonalds and their maid was wilfully false and that, in truth, Evans and Ledbetter were entirely innocent of the charges made by McDonald. On January 5, 1931, Governor Young granted them full and unconditional pardons, and they were forth- with given their freedom. But this was not the end of the matter. Defense Attorney Theodore C. McKenna presented petitions to the California State Board of Control for indemnity under the California EVEN THE POLICE AREN'T SAFE 61 statute of 1913, providing indemnification for erroneous convictions. The Board recommended to the Legislature that Evans be compensated in the sum of $4,533.36 and Led- better in the sum of $3,313.39, which they duly received. THE convictions of Evans and Ledbetter rested solely upon the perjury of the prosecuting witness, his wife, and maid. We have seen that the police occasionally conspire, by suppression of evidence, to convict an accused person of tar- nished character. In the present case the actors are reversed. Why it was not possible to establish the true facts at the trial is hard to explain. It is not understood why the police records of June and July, and particularly of July 7 and 8 the dates when Evans and Ledbetter did call upon Mc- Donald were not admitted in evidence. Taking advantage of the fact that the police officers did call upon him, but by misrepresenting the dates and the purpose of the call, Mc- Donald swore away the liberty of two police detectives. The perjurers were sufficiently impressive before the jury to overcome the truthful stories of the officers. Subsequent de- velopments confirmed the accuracy of the officers' account of the transaction and the complete error of the conviction. They received at least some compensation for the misfortune and, through that compensation, public vindication. Al- though there appear to be some people in Los Angeles who question the advisability of compensating the two police offi- cers here under consideration, the editor feels justified in accepting the record made by the state officials as evidence of their innocence. Acknowledgments: Hon. Webb Shadle, Assistant Secretary, State Board of Control, Sacramento, Calif. ; Hon. George A. Bene- dict, Deputy Public Defender, Los Angeles, Calif. JUSTICE BY ELIMINATION Floyd Flood. A OUT twelve miles southeast of East St. Louis, Illi- nois, there lies in St. Clair County the snug little town of Freeburg. At 2.15 on August 23, 1924, the drowsy afternoon peace of Freeburg was violently broken by the daring holdup of its First National Bank. A Flint car carrying six men drove up before the bank; four men entered, armed with revolvers. They ordered the president (Russell E. Hamill) to enter the vault, covered the cashier (Miss Susie Wolf) and the bookkeepers (Miss Minnie Hoist and Miss Emma Wolf), and escaped with over ten thousand dollars in cash and currency. They left town in the Flint car, speeding toward Fayetteville. Police officers took up the trail immediately and traced the car to the Mississippi River, where it was found abandoned. Some of the stolen currency consisted of new $5.00 and $10.00 national bank notes of the looted bank which had not yet been placed in public circulation. It was therefore pos- sible to broadcast a definite description of these notes through banking channels in the nearby states. Shortly afterward, some of the currency was spotted at the bank of Jonesboro, Arkansas, and led to the arrest of two men there who gave the names James Breene and Ralph Southard. Much of the loot taken from the Freeburg bank was found on this pair, and they were promptly returned to the St. Clair County Jail at Belleville, Illinois. At about this same time the police authorities in St. Louis, Missouri, notified the Illinois authorities that Floyd Flood, a painter and chauffeur, was under arrest, and that he fitted the description of one of the bandits. It is not clear just why Flood was apprehended. The arresting officers told one of Flood's attorneys that he had been taken up because he was a "bad egg," although he had no criminal record. Flood claimed that the arresting officer had a grudge against him because his girl friend had refused the officer a date, after which the officer threatened to "make it tough on her sweet- heart." No charge appears to have been entered against JUSTICE BY ELIMINATION 63 Flood in St. Louis as a ground for his arrest. The police authorities merely noticed that Flood seemed to fit the de- scription of one of the Freeburg bandits, and they so notified the Illinois authorities. In view of the information furnished by the St. Louis police, Misses Susie and Emma Wolf went to St. Louis to identify the suspect. They were told that one of the robbers had been captured. At police headquarters, Flood was placed in the "show-up cage," a contrivance about ten feet square which enables identifying witnesses to examine suspects un- der flood lights, although the suspects are unable to see the witnesses. The police forced Flood to turn his coat collar up, put on a cap not his own and pull it down over his eyes, stretch his hand forward and say, "Stick 'em up." The police had been informed that one of the bandits, so attired, had thus acted. Under these conditions the two women iden- tified Flood as the bandit who had covered them during the robbery. Flood was indicted, jointly with Breene and Southard, for the robbery, and they were tried before Justice George A. Crow in the St. Clair County Circuit Court on December 25, 1924. The case was prosecuted for the state by Hil- mar C. Lindauer. Flood was defended by Attorney Joseph B. McGlynn of East St. Louis. Indisputable testimony was ad- duced connecting Breene and Southard with the robbery. According to the testimony of the witnesses, including the bank president, Breene was the bandit who forced the presi- dent into the vault. Southard was definitely identified as the driver of the Flint car. President Hamill was unable to identify Flood. The Misses Wolf and Miss Hoist, however, did positively identify him. Among the numerous other wit- nesses who identified Breene and Southard as having been among a group of men who had been seen camping near Freeburg on the night prior to the robbery, only two, Au- gust and Clem Wesnusky, youthful Freeburg coal miners, asserted that Flood was in the group. In view of Flood's contention that he had not been in Illi- nois for over a year, his defense, naturally, was an alibi. It was to the effect that on the morning of the robbery, he 64 CONVICTING THE INNOCENT arose late, had breakfast at 9.30, after which he went into the garage at the rear of his house and worked on his machine until IS. 30, when his family had dinner. After that, he returned to the garage and worked there until about 2.30 o'clock. Between 2.00 and 2.15 he called up the Yellow Cab Company, for which he drove a taxi, to request leave (he was supposed to report for duty at four o'clock). His re- quest was denied. He reported at the Cab Company office for work at 3.30 and checked out with his cab at four o'clock. The defendant took the stand in his own defense, and his testimony was corroborated by his father, mother, a visiting aunt and cousin, several neighbors, and several em- ployees of the Cab Company. The jury apparently gave little credence to the alibi tes- timony, for it returned a verdict of guilty against Flood, as well as against Breene and Southard. On December 18, 1924, a motion for a new trial having been denied, Flood was sentenced to serve from ten years to life in the Southern Illinois State Penitentiary. Breene and Southard received like sentences. WHILE Mr. McGlynn was preparing a writ of error, Breene sent a message to him from the penitentiary requesting an interview. Mr. McGlynn granted the request. Breene and Southard thereupon confessed their part in the robbery and said that four other men, whom they refused to name, had assisted, but that they did not even know Floyd Flood. A little later, two more of the gang were caught in Ohio, and they named the six participants as Breene, Southard, John Lyons, Benjamin Ingram, Arthur Richardson, and Brice McConnell. They made an affidavit that they had never heard of Flood, and that such a person had had no part in the affair. They said that after the robbery, the gang took the loot out into the woods, divided it, and then scattered. When Susie and Emma Wolf were informed of these develop- ments, they admitted the possibility of a mistake in their identifications. An application for a pardon was filed, but Mr. McGlynn had an uphill fight of over a year, against the opposition of the Bankers Association, before a pardon JUSTICE BY ELIMINATION 65 could be obtained. It was necessary to account for every one of the six robbers and to obtain their convictions or confes- sions before final action freeing the innocent man was taken. Finally, all six were caught and convicted, whereupon the Bankers Association helped Mr. McGlynn to secure the long overdue pardon for Flood. On January 1, 1926, Gov. Len Small commuted Flood's sentence to expire at once, on the ground of his innocence. THIS mistake in identity was largely induced by the power of suggestion exerted by the St. Louis police upon the Misses Wolf. To pick up Flood on the merest suspicion, to state to these ladies that one of the bandits had been cap- tured, to dress him up to fit the known description and com- pel him to act the part, was too persuasive to resist. Notwith- standing the consistent testimony of numerous alibi wit- nesses that Flood was in St. Louis at the very moment the robbery occurred, the jury preferred to believe the affirma- tive evidence of the Misses Wolf and Hoist against the over- whelming contradictory evidence. Again it is observed that an identification by the victim of a violent crime is given pre- ponderant weight. Flood was ultimately saved by the fact that the crime was a joint enterprise, and that all the cul- prits were accounted for, so that by elimination, an innocent man, as in the New Jersey case of Sweeney, could be weeded out and his innocence established. Acknowledgment: Mr. Joseph B. McGlynn, East St. Louis, 111. THE KEY TO ROOM 31 "Frenchy" Ameer Ben All. ON the southeast corner of Catherine Slip and Water Streets, on the Manhattan water front of the 1890's, there flourished the East River Hotel, a squalid drinking place and bawdy resort. At nine o'clock on Friday morning, April 24, 1891, the night clerk, Eddie Harrington, made his rounds of the hotel rooms, routing out all those who had not already left. Most of the rooms had been vacated. Room 31, however, was still locked. He rapped lightly no reply ; louder knocks no reply. Eddie applied his master key to the door. Peering in, he was petrified by the ghastly sight of the mutilated body of "Old Shake- speare," a dissolute woman of sixty, a habitue of the neighborhood. She was a former actress, and received her nickname because she frequently quoted the Bard's plays when tipsy. Her name was Carrie Brown. Eddie, greatly excited, rushed to the first floor to spread the news and call for the police, who soon arrived, accom- panied by newspaper reporters. The coroner took charge of the body. An examination of the body showed that the woman had been strangled, atrociously slashed by a filed-down cooking knife, which was found on the floor by the bed and upon her thigh was cut the sign of the cross. As a murder this was a challenge to Chief Police Inspector Thomas Byrnes, who was justly proud of his record for solving crime mys- teries. The cross on the victim's thigh gave the case a special significance. It was the mark of "Jack the Ripper," the no- torious London murderer who had baffled Scotland Yard by his nine brutal killings of women in the streets of London from December, 1887, to January, 1891. The New York Police Department had chided the London police about the "Ripper" and boastfully let it be known that if the latter appeared in New York with his evil doings, he would be in the "jug" within thirty-six hours. On April 25, 1891, the day after the murder, the New York newspapers headlined the arrival of "Jack the Rip- THE KEY TO ROOM 31 67 per." Inspector Byrnes and his force concentrated upon solving the crime. Investigation showed that "Old Shake- speare" had arrived at the hotel at about eleven o'clock with a male companion half her age, who gave a name which was written down by the clerk as "C.

Battle for Azeroth unrated PvP ensembles can now be purchased from Marshal Gabriel (Alliance) and Xander Silberman (Horde). This is the gamut of emotion that manifests through Rhino Hero Super Battle. However, as with Fantasy Grounds, you can set up battle maps, filled with custom tiles and tokens - or go the “theater of mind” route and do away with tokens and maps entirely! Paul Camuso, however, missed 14 meetings since 2009 AND, very important, would skip out on votes by leaving Alden Chambers at a critical moment and, most incredibly, after being long-winded about Hallmark president Michael Sack (now Chairman of the Massachusetts Hospital Association) the week before. Here's a promise to Mr. Camuso, and he can read this into the record some evening if he does step into the presidency and grab three extra thousand dollar bills he did not earn. Look at Camuso's track record. At this point, it doesn't look like CBS will air them. The question is, why would all those people register if they didn't feel like performing their civic duty and looking into the backgrounds of the legislators who control the taxes, the parking regulations, the rules that we the people have to obey - rules that some politicians think they are above. Though camels are slow, they have a dash ability on flat terrain and can even jump over ravines. Paul Camuso, Freddy Dello Russo and Adam Knight are the new alliance. Voter apathy allows the wolves like Camuso, Caraviello, Dello Russo and Knight to raid the hen house and chomp chomp chomp on our pennies until there is nothing left for the community. AND THEN THERE'S THE EVIL SPECTER OF PAUL A. CAMUSO LURKING LIKE A SHADOW OVER THE CITY COUNCIL. Mr. Camuso has been strangely silent on the shuttered public access station, yet Camuso's good friend is scheduled to be back in Somerville District Court on December 11th on charges of a "False Bomb Threat." What did City Councilor Paul A. Camuso do when complaint after complaint after complaint was filed on Camuso's good friend? With the knowledge, the fact, that the webmaster from TV3 was evicted from Station Landing prior to the posting of the alleged "false bomb threat" and the knowledge that MCC TV3 didn't pay rent at 5 High Street and then came up with a story about "toxic mold" after they failed to pay rent for close to a year; the allegation that the 32 Riverside Ave contract had a notation that in case the address couldn't receive connectivity from the cable TV subscribers said that the board of directors knew in advance they were moving to a facility where they couldn't live up to their fiduciary responsibilities to the cable TV subscribers. The city of Medford now owns that material, it should not be in the hands of someone accused of a "false bomb threat" and other misdeeds. NicePNG also collects a large amount of related image material, such as 8 bit mario ,cartoon blood splatter ,minecraft creeper . Regions might be merged if there is little difference between their susceptibilities or divided if differences between adjacent neighbours are large provided that the spray regions are large enough to produce a consistent forcing over several grid points. Low income might qualify but it will take a little more time to get approved, otherwise the verification process is quite easy. LeBert was suspended, once the application (filed initially on Friday July 24th and again on Monday the 27th, the day after LeBert`s drama queen performance on the July 26 video) is approved, Finn should be suspended. Huge story on TV3 to hit on Monday. All types of Amethyst blocks (including Clusters) create beautiful sounds when you walk on them, break them, place them, or hit them with a projectile - go make some music! After you buy a hosting service with them, which starts as low as $1.50 a month, your server is automatically set up for you.

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