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Author:Carrie Hagen [HAGEN, CARRIE]

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ISBN: 9781590208960

Publisher: ABRAMS Books

Published: 2011-11-30T16:00:00+00:00

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We Is Got Him by Carrie Hagen

Detective Silleck knew that

SUPERINTENDENT WALLING’S FIRST STATEMENTS TO THE public attempted to clarify the role his name played in Douglas’s dying confession. In response to a question about Charley’s location, the kidnapper had said, “Inspector Walling knows, and the boy will get home all right.”

Walling addressed neither Douglas’s specific words nor his reference to the rank “Inspector.” Instead, he emphasized the obvious, ethical distance between his position and the kidnappers’ criminal intent.

 

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We Is Got Him by Carrie Hagen

Author:Carrie Hagen [HAGEN, CARRIE] , Date: June 11, 2019

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Author:Carrie Hagen [HAGEN, CARRIE]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Tags: HIS036050, HIS036080

ISBN: 9781590208960

Publisher: ABRAMS Books

Published: 2011-11-30T16:00:00+00:00
Detective Silleck knew that

SUPERINTENDENT WALLING’S FIRST STATEMENTS TO THE public attempted to clarify the role his name played in Douglas’s dying confession. In response to a question about Charley’s location, the kidnapper had said, “Inspector Walling knows, and the boy will get home all right.”

Walling addressed neither Douglas’s specific words nor his reference to the rank “Inspector.” Instead, he emphasized the obvious, ethical distance between his position and the kidnappers’ criminal intent.

“I knew of these two men only as two thieves,” he told the press. “I cannot refer you to any conviction of either of them, but they are well-known characters among the police force of this city.”

The new headlines revived interest in Charley’s disappearance. Writers repeated the circumstances of the botched burglary and speculations over Charley’s hiding place. Readers consumed story after story, seeking further clues. The unexpected identification of the kidnappers reminded them of their initial fears over copycat crimes, their empathy for Christian and Sarah Ross, and their anger with the police for refusing to release details. The sensational deaths of Mosher and Douglas reinforced their instinct for retributive justice, allowing them to feel more reassured about their own children’s safety.

Walling claimed responsibility for the relief spreading across America. The more he talked about the case, the more he turned himself into a hero by emphasizing his role in the investigation. The Evening Bulletin wrote, “To Captain Walling belongs the credit of originating the theory that these were the guilty parties.” Walling did not publicly recognize Detective Silleck and Captain Hedden, the officers who first told him about Gil Mosher and facilitated the meeting between the criminal and the superintendent. He also did not acknowledge his predecessor, Superintendent George Matsell, who had first heard of Hedden’s connection with Gil Mosher and encouraged the officer to take the career criminal’s story seriously.

Instead, George W. Walling stood like a general in his uniform and took credit for catching the kidnappers of Charley Ross. “Soon after I received the description as given by the boy Walter and others who had seen the two men in the buggy who took little Charley away, after a conference with Captain Hedden, and the obtaining of other information, I knew my men,” he said in a statement to reporters. “You will remember that that description said one of the men wore goggles and had a ‘monkey nose,’ as the children called it. Despite the goggles, the detailed description of the man’s deformity of nose and the description given of the other man told us who the men were. Let me show you how quickly Mosher was recognized. I called in Detective Silleck one day, and after describing Mosher and the peculiarity of his nose, mentioning him by his alias of Henderson, I told him I wanted to get hold of him, but did not tell him for what. Silleck at once exclaimed, ‘Why, I know him; that’s Bill Mosher.’”

A reporter for the New York Herald asked Walling how he had led the investigation.

“We arranged

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