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Against the Evidence : The Becker-Rosenthal Affair.
Against the Evidence: The Becker-Rosenthal Affair.
Gaynor after being shot. Against the Evidence: The Becker-Rosenthal Affair.
Author: Logan (Andy). Charles Becker, a notoriously corrupt and brutal member of a police force abundant in those qualities, was guilty of the murder of small-time criminal Herman Rosenthal in the late evening of July 15, 1912. However, the author reveals convincing evidence that Becker was innocent beyond a reasonable doubt.
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Home Logan, Andy Against the Evidence: The Becker-Rosenthal Affair. The 1912 murder of Herman Rosenthal, a gambling house proprietor, and the subsequent arrest of Charles Becker, a police lieutenant. Bookseller Inventory 28455. Ask Seller a Question. ISBN 10: 0841500258, ISBN 13: 9780841500259. Bibliographic Details. Title: Against the Evidence: The Becker-Rosenthal. Publisher: McCall Pub. Company, New York. New York: McCall Publishing Company, 1970. One Night in July: The True Story of the Rosenthal-Becker Murder Case. Mackenzie, Frederick A. Twentieth Century Crimes. New York: Coward-McCann, 1961. Srebnick, Amy Gilman and René Lévy. Mackenzie, Frederick Arthur. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1927. O'Kane, James M. The Crooked Ladder: Gangsters, Ethnicity and the American Dream. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Transaction Publishers, 1994.