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Excerpt of the full transcript of the record for Criminal Case No. 35160: State of Missouri vs. Adam Richetti. In the included indictment, Prosecuting Attorney W. W. Graves charges Richetti with the murder of Frank Hermanson on June 17, 1933.

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Government Identification Order for Robert G. Brady, used in support of the defendant in Criminal Case No. 35160: State of Missouri vs. Adam Richetti. Brady's aliases include Bob Brady, Pat Brady, J. H. Taylor, and Bob Ross and is described as 29 years old, 6'1.5", 187 lbs., with large build, black to gray hair, brown eyes, and dark complexion.

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Government Identification Order for Robert G. Brady, used in support of the defendant in Criminal Case No. 35160: State of Missouri vs. Adam Richetti. Brady's aliases include Bob Brady, Pat Brady, J. H. Taylor, and Bob Ross and is described as 29 years old, 6'1.5", 187 lbs., with large build, black to gray hair, brown eyes, and dark complexion.

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Government Identification Order for Bernard Phillips, used in support of the defendant in Criminal Case No. 35160: State of Missouri vs. Adam Richetti. Phillips is also known as B. A. Courtney and is described as 38 years old, 5'8", 203 lbs., stout, chestnut black hair, azure light eyes, and light complexion.

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Government Identification Order for Harvey J. Bailey, used in support of the defendant in Criminal Case No. 35160: State of Missouri vs. Adam Richetti. Bailey's other aliases include J. J. Brennan and John Brown and is described as 45 years old, 5'11", 180 lbs., with large build, black to gray hair, brown eyes, and dark complexion.

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Special Commissioner's Report by Leon P. Embry for Case No. 36717: State of Missouri on the information of Roy McKittrick, Attorney General, Relator, vs. Waller W. Graves, Prosecuting Attorney of Jackson County, Missouri, Respondent.

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Petition on Account for Case No. 445951: The Kansas City Star Company, a Corporation, Plaintiff, vs. Milton Morris and Eddie Spits [Edward “Eddie Spitz” Osadchey], Defendants. The Kansas City Star asserts that Morris and Osadchey owe "the sum of $150.96 for advertising published and circulated at the request of the defendants and each of them in the Kansas City Star and Kansas City Times."

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Court Opinion by Commissioner Berryman Henwood for Case No. 30588: State of Missouri, Respondent, vs. Maurice W. Nagle, Appellant. After considering Nagle's appeal, Henwood reverses the initial judgment finding Nagle guilty of killing traffic officer James H. Smith on June 14, 1928 after Messino and six other men stole $19,000 from Home Trust Company at 1117-19 Walnut Street, Kansas City, Missouri. Henwood discharges Nagle because the commissioner states that there is no evidence that Nagle participated in the murder or robbery.

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Court Opinion by Commissioner James D. Lindsay for Case No. 24023: State of Missouri ex rel. Cameron L. Orr, Prosecuting Attorney of Jackson County, Missouri, Respondent, vs. Leannah Kearns, Alias Annie Chambers, Appellant.

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Letter from Pastor Salvino Zanon to the court in Case No. 548628: Missouri vs. Peter DiGiovanni and Joseph DiGiovanni. Zanon attests that the two DiGiovanni brothers are charitable and of high moral character. Zanon believes, "they should not be deprived of their business just because of what may have happened many and many years ago, or because of politics, or propaganda."

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Court Opinion by Commissioner James A. Cooley for Case No. 30195: State of Missouri, Respondent, vs. John Messino, Appellant. After considering Messino's appeal, Cooley affirms the initial judgment that Messino is guilty of killing traffic officer James H. Smith on June 14, 1928 after Messino and six other men stole $19,000 from Home Trust Company at 1117-19 Walnut Street, Kansas City, Missouri.

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Respondent's Statement, Abstract of the Record and Brief for Case No. 25240: State of Missouri, Respondent, vs. Cyreal Daugherty, Appellant. In this document, the Supreme Court of Missouri finds that Daugherty's guilty verdict is sufficient based on the given evidence. He was charged with ten years of imprisonment for robbing Ray E. Shore of $2,436 on June 24, 1922.

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