Anthony Scaduto was a police reporter for the 'New York Post' who specialized in articles on organized crime. In April 1973 he was told about "the true Lindbergh Story". Scaduto never believed in Hauptmann's guilt from childhood, and his later experiences as a police reporter.
Anthony Scaduto was a police reporter for the 'New York Post' who specialized in articles on organized crime.
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Anthony Scaduto (March 7, 1932 – December 12, 2017) was an American journalist and biographer of rock musicians, who also wrote under the name Tony Sciacca. His most famous work is Dylan, a biography of Bob Dylan, first published in 1972. It is regarded as an influential book in the field, being one of the first to take an investigative approach to writing about his subject.
Anthony Scaduto, a journalist and author who wrote the first serious biography of Bob Dylan and an investigative book contending that Bruno . The child had been taken from the Lindbergh home in New Jersey in 1932
Anthony Scaduto, a journalist and author who wrote the first serious biography of Bob Dylan and an investigative book contending that Bruno Richard Hauptmann was wrongly executed in the kidnapping of Charles Lindbergh’s baby, died on Tuesday at his home in Brooklyn. He was 85. The cause was complications of diabetes, his wife, Stephanie Trudeau, said. The child had been taken from the Lindbergh home in New Jersey in 1932. A body identified as the boy’s was discovered that May near a highway four and a half miles from the house.
Hauptmann, Bruno Richard, 1899-1936, Lindbergh, Charles Augustus, 1930-1932, Kidnapping - New Jersey.
Scapegoat, by Anthony Scaduto 1976. Scope and Content Note. Book Scapegoat : the lonesome death of Bruno Richard Hauptmann by Anthony Scaduto. New York: Putnam, 1976. Administrative Information.
With Leonard Nimoy, Anthony Scaduto, Charles A. Lindbergh, Bruno Richard Hauptmann
With Leonard Nimoy, Anthony Scaduto, Charles A. Lindbergh, Bruno Richard Hauptmann. Investigative reporter Anthony Scaduto presents startling new evidence that exonerates Bruno Richard Hauptmann, the man convicted and executed for the March 1932 kidnapping and murder of Charles Lindbergh's baby son. Writer: Alex Pomansanof.
Scaduto's thesis was that Hauptmann was innocent and that the police either manufactured or suppressed vital evidence. He also wrote biographies of Mick Jagger, Frank Sinatra, Marilyn Monroe and John F. Kennedy. Scaduto has also written for Playboy, Penthouse, and the New York Post
More about the Lindbergh kidnapping .
More about the Lindbergh kidnapping. In Scapegoat, Scaduto asserts that the Lindbergh baby was not murdered and that Hauptmann was the victim of a mass conspiracy of prosecution perjury and fabricated physical evidence. 1976: In the television movie The Lindbergh Kidnapping Case, Anthony Hopkins played the role of Bruno Hauptmann, and Sian Barbara Allen played Anne Morrow Lindbergh. 1996: The Lindbergh kidnapping was the subject of a 1996 Golden Globe- and Emmy-nominated HBO TV movie titled Crime of the Century.