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FOUR
LUTHER BOM
(Continued from First Pago)
BUit ho had worn the "day heforo waki
discarded for a blue sorgo suit. Ills Jei
black hair, shiiiMig with, some sort of*
grease. was slicked back smoothly over
hrs head. Only at the end of the long
day did he turn to grin and kiss his
hand toward his mother and others ol
his family, who sat on two benches. j
The dying statement of Detective?
Ituckley was introduced only after Mor |
ris Koonig one of the lawyers for tho '
defense, had wager a hard fight to ox
elude it. District-Attorney Ihinton suo
cocded finally in reading it to tho jury
after Justice Wnssorvogol had directed
that all reference to tho shooting of
1 KM l.i'l 1 VP All I IOC DO OmilXCll, UBIWI.T0
Buckley said:
"About 8:15 o'clock Luther Body
shot inc. T was walking on tho outsldo
Bodily was In tho middle and Miller
was on the inside. We wcro walking
west in 135th street when in front of
222 West 135th street Boddy, who had
his liande in his overcoat pockot, fired
three shots through tho pocket. Then I
fell. Boddy then ran cast in 135th 8t.
TWICE IDENTIFIED SLAYER'S
PICTURE >
I
Tho principal witness of the day, Do
tcctivc Sergeant Edwin F. England
testified that he was present at tho
Ilarlem Hospital when Buckley twico
identified a photograph of Boddy as
the man who had shot him. Dotcctivo
England also told of the statement Bo;l
dy had made to him on tho train. England
quoted Boddy as eaying:
"Millor and Buckley (on the night
of January 5) told mo they wanted to
take Wie to tho police station to question
mo about tho shooting of Policeman
Roach. T didn't want to go. 1
iiiuu^iii tuuj HiiKiit uuui niv. i WUM
walking along 135th street with ono
on each side. 1 had lny gun up my
right sleeve. 1 slipped the gun into my
hand and shot both. When thoy fell I
ran south in Seventh avenuo to 133rd
street whore I threw away the gun, a
thirty-eight caliber revolver. I took a
Sevonth avenue bus to 116th stroot
then the subway to Fourteenth street
and walked to Sixth avenue and four
teenth street where 1 took the tube to
Jersoy City and then went to Montclair
I saw my mother for about two minutes
and told her I'd done something in
New York. Thon I went to Nowark and
got some women's clothes from a girl
I knew llollc Davis. I wish thoy had
shot ino In Newark so I wouldn't hnvy
to go back to New York.'
England dented that noddy told him
he was in fear of his life and in great
terror that the detectives would boat
hinv unmercifully at the polico Btation,
or that noddy had told him ho was in
a daze and knew nothing about the
shooting.
Adubato then told of how ho ban
driven as directed as far as Morrisvllia
iiuur i runuin wnen, neciaring no nnn
110 moro gasoline, lie stopped and escaped
by jumping on the running
board of-another cnr.
TAXI DRIVER TELES OF ESCAPE
Adam O. Adubato, the Newark taxieab
driver who drove Poddy, then In
womanVt rlolbes and armed 'with a pis
tol toward Philadelphia, told of bow
bo bad taken his faro first to Jernoy
City. Ho testified:
"I opened the door to tell her I
couldn't find Washington avonuo and
she pulled a gun on me and said 'I'm
Luther T!oddy, the man who shot the
detectives. Stand up! Sit down! Stand
no! Take your hat off! Talto your coat
off!
"Idid everything ho told mo to and
said, 'For Cod's sake, mister, what
have I done? Hnvo pity on mo, I'm a
married man." *
An unusually largo number of witnesses
were called, examined and cross
examined.,Dr. Charles A. Norrls, med
leal examiner testified about the autopsy.
Dr. Mathow dl Clorgl tohl of offorts
to save the detective's llfo by an operation.
(
Charles C. Allison. Jr.., parolo officer
In the Harlem "black belt," testified
that on the night of the shooting noddy
reported to him in the school at Lenox,
ftvoniie and iSfith street. Tlortdy was
i.iiiui imi uii imriuc. JMOin ooieciivos
wero there.
Mr. Banton next allied witnesses of
the shooting. William H. Harris, head
of the Seymour ltcalty Corporation,
told of seeing two white men with a
colored one between them, approaching
the 135th street police station of three
shots that roared out soon after they
had passed him. and h'ow, despite his
own speed, some one ran by hi mi and
took the turn south into Seventh nvoIVwo
at top speeu.
? The next witness who was near thd
scep^ added a touch of comedy {tf the
fji'im court scene. This man, Charles
.T. Jones n dining car waiter on tho
H&tmsylvania Kailroad, testified he
was lighting a cigarette ahout eighty
feet from tho detectives and their oris
oner when the shooting began.
"How do yon know there was no appreciably
interval between tho three
allots you heard?" connsol for Bodfly
asked liim.
"Because by the time I hit the
ground it was all over," tho witness
A Utile colored girl of 11, Sophio
Stroud, with a pigtail of curly hair,
said Clod and the Judge would punish
her if alio told a lie. She told of watch
ing three men on 135th atreet from n
tenement housn window.
MAPDKNKD T1Y FEAR, DEFENSE
OP RODDY.
Now York. Jan. 25.?Some slight encouragement
came yesterday nfternoon
for the first time to the defense tn the
trlnl in the criminal branch of the Supremo
Court of Luther Boddy, colored
who shot and killed two detectives as
they were bringing him to ttie West
135th Rtroct police station.
District. Attorney Ban ton hn? piled
ovidonc? on Boddy and will rest aftci
an inconsequential detail is preeented
tomorrow. In the mass df toetimony an
ducod yesterday not nn excuse, but e
reason for l.ho killing came out.
That, was tho foer 1n Boddy'e mind,
a foar Morria Koenlg, hie cotmeel .vrfli
endeavor to prove drove hltn t? toafi
ticsa, that, although not under arrest
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ho was to Wft kicked anil beaten for sov
oral hours In tho backroom of tho p<?.
llco station in a "third degree" oxumi
nation. Noddy always had claimed ho
was to he boaton a*ul that ho had been
beaten and kicked in that same station
house four times before.
In a long questioning of Noddy after
his arrest in Philadelphia. Noddy In
Hlstcd to John It. llcnnis, Assistant.
District Attorney attached to the honii
cldo bureau, that his fear of rough
treatment had caused him to shoot Do
tecttves Nuckloy and Miller.
1TCK ON PAKODHl) MEN
"When anything happens they (detcc
lives) go after men on parole," ho said
according to testimony Introduced by
Mr. Koenlg. "Any one they seo they
tako to the station house and kick
around and say. '(lo home and get well
That's happened to mo sovernl times."
"I didn't want to go to the station
house. They tako you into tho baeii
room and kick you around for a couple
of hours and if you can walk home you
walk homo."
He told Mr. Honnis tho two dctectiv
es woro holding him as they walked to
ward tho police station whilo lie kept
a revolver up his right sleeve. Almos*.
to tho police station he shot both men
ddwn. Ho insisted in ids statement to
Honnis and in a signed confession giv
en to Alfred J. Soudor, chief of detectives
of Philadelphia, ho was in a dazo
as ho fired and didn't know what ho
was doing.
Testimony givon earlier in the day
by Detective Henry F. Hutts. a polic*
oxpert. of firearms, established that
Buckloy, socoml to he hit was shot Just
as ho swept open his overcoat nnd coat
nnd had a hand on his rovolver Hlung
on Ills loft hip.
In conversation with Assistant DIs
trlet Attorney ITonnis It wns shown
Roddy's brother, John, had once boon
sent to tho psychopathic ward in Bolle
vue for examination. This was considered
favorablo to tho defense, as an Insanity
plon 1s undoubtedly to ho mado .
JOINED COLORED REGIMENT
Mr. Hennis' examination dovclopod
that Hoddy joined Col. Ilayward's co!o?
ed regiment, the Fifteenth, In Septombor
1916. but his mother got him out
a year later, whllo tho reglmont was In
Camp Morrltt, by claiming ho wns uh
dor age. Roddy at that tlmo wns almost
18. Instead of fighting overseas
ho became a bootblack in Harlom.
In tho course of tho long examination
by Mr. Ilonnls, Boddy told of all his
movements fromi tho morning of the
night of tho shooting until his arrest
in Philadelphia. He declared tho taxicab
chauffeur, Adam Adubato, who at
tho point of a rovolver drove him to
tho Pennsylvania lino before tho gasoline
gave out, did not oscapc by Jump
Ing on the running bonrd of n passing
car but was ordered to leave hlmi by
that method.
During the day Charles E. Bonner, a
Philadelphia detective, in testifying as
to Roddy's arrest, demolished tho
story*he had waited down stairs while
a colored magistrate. Amos Scott, wont
to Boddy's rodm In a colored lodging
house and arrested him. Bonner, who
is supported by Roddy's story, entered
Boddy's room after the slayer had been
disarmed by a trick worked by a colsr
ed rosldent of the house whom ho trust
ed. Bonner donlod emphatically an at
tempt was made to got Boddy to talk
by refusing him food.
Chief Soudcr testified Boddy volun
teored to make a statement In tits
offlco and that ho was novor throatened
in tiny way.
In this statement "Roddy said of tlio
momont of the Vcllltnpc:
"Thon I guess my temper flared up
Why 'should I always ho beaten up fci
nothing. It seemed everything was In
n daze, and I don't readier oven how
many shots were fired and I ran."
I>ast night Judge Koonlg said ho
thought It prohalde he would plnee Rod
dy on the stand in his own helialf. Mr
Ronton expects to close nfter introduc
1ng In ovldonco letters written by and
found on Roddy this morning, and tho
defense believes It will require only
about ndny and a half to prosent its
side. |
NODDY TilSPS OUT STORY OP
rOTylOK STATION TORTURE.
1 Now Vork. [ail. 116.? Luther ttO'ldy, j
who shot and killed Detective Serg-'
cants Buckley and Miller on January 5
as they woro taking him to the West
135th Street police station to "question
him, testified yesterday at his murder
trial about provious experiences In tMs
green lighted, brick outpost of the law.
Risking the pitfalls of cross-examinn
tion, the young Harlem Negro in a
soft voice calculated to turn away the
wrath of society as represented by the
twelvo Jurors, took the stand to lisps
tho story of six beatings he says were
edministered tr? lilm Uv ilMn/?tivno oo
signed to that stnttion, '
BOBBY posfcg As minor rogue
i Questioned by ono of tho lawyers ap'
pointed by the court to defend hinv, the
youthful bad man of the black belt pi-.',
tutred himself as a rogue of minor caliber.
His replies to his counsel's questions
indicated that he may. liavo
payned an overcoat ho know had been
stolen and "taken" an automobile for
a Joy ride. Rut there was no suggestion
in his replies that he was guilty of
any of tho major crimes lie says the rtt,
toctlves tried to torture him into confessing.
Boddy was setting up as a de
fonso a plea of Justifiable homicide,
committed under the stresa of insane
terror.
It almost haif-pnst 3 in the after
noon wlion Herman Hoffman, ono of
tho defendant's slate-paid lawyers, call
od Roddy to tho stand. With his elhows
on tho arms of the witness chair and
his black fingors tensely wovon togeth
or and pressed against his blue serge
vest. Roddy, replying to questions,
said he was horn in Pore Deposit. Md ,
twonty-three years age and named the
schools ho attended dotvn to DcWItl
linton High School where bo completed
tho socOnd year before quitting to go
to work.
A t.hlck tongue and heavy lips and
possibly tho admeintions of hie advisers,
hod softened tho voice of young
Boddy.
"What," asked Mr. Hoffman, "was
yonr first experience with the police.'
INTRODUCTION TO POLICE
t .
"A oouple of plain-clothes men brokt
i into my room?I was Just about to ti
\
THE RIOTS
UmtL! , Mif I ?? , . I. .1 I.JI..I. jBBH
lire?-and took to tho 13&th Stmt
utut Ion."
"What honi?jnod thoro?"
"I wjih beaten, of course."
"Why haft they taken you there?"
"They wanted to knoav about some
burglary,"
"What became of tho case?"
"I wjws discharged."
"What was the next time?"
"It was June 1, 1918 (Noddy wnt,
then nineteen years old) and I had
been taken to the precinct?" ,
"What for?"
"Absolutely nothing. Suspicion."
"What did tlioy say they wanted ym
for?'*
"They said they were going to qu'os
tlon mo."
"Wlnvt did they do?"
"I was severely beaten."
Omitting the questions propound?i
by Mr. Hoffman Boddy's story of that
experience was as follows:
"I was takon to the rear room of the
Sffth precinct (West 135tli Street.)
Thcro woro about seven men there.
One was Anton Strauscr. I was in the
middle of them. After they had punch
cd mo a few times I was sot In a chair
like this (Doddy indicated the wltnesi
chair and ouo was on each side or me;
one in front and one in the rear. Then
they took a foot of rubber hose that
was nailed to a piece of broom handle
and I was beaten."
Mow loaig did that last?"
PRISONER TELLS OF BEATING
"Well (with a half smile) it seemed
like all day, but It wr- really only half
an hour."
"What then?"
"I was reloased. I got homo in time
and 1 was put to bed. This rubber hose
doesn't leave any marks; just bruises.'
Not long after this beating, lloddy
testified ho wan picked up by a man
ho said was "Officer Martin."
Omitting his counsel's questions,
tills was his story of that alleged at
tack:
"I was takon into the snme bnck
muni mm severely ociuen. -mere wore
about four officers. It was about a stab
blng. Thoro had boon a dance. They
wanted to know who was the follow
who bad done the stabbing. I had a
ticket for that dance 1n my pocket. In
stead of convincing them that I had i'i
been there It made thorn more sure
They said I myBt hnvo had two tickets
and used tho other ono. I didn't know
anything about tho stabbing. I was
ouestloned about twenty-five mlnutov,
There wore the usual threats of abuse,
They said they'd glvo me a trimming,
Thoro was no rubber hoso and no bla<l<
jack this titno. Just flHts?for about 2
hours. Detective Scott was thoro, hut
ho walked out beforo they began to
beRt me. l!o told them not to boat me.
When they got through ho came back
and protended to quarrel with tho ofh
cers for bitting me"1?
"Sfriko that out," said Justice Wn?
scrvogol.
"What did Detective Scott say when
be came back?" prompted Mr. Iloffmnn
"Ho R^1d: Didn't I tell you follows
not to lilt him?"
MORE ALLEGATION OP A LURE
\
"What was the next cxporionoo you
had?" ?
"My wifo and I were at a dance. I
wan called outsido. They wanted to
see me. My wife accompanied me to
the stntlon house. I don't know what
they questioned mo about. I was in
the front office first naul then in the
back room. They told my wifo to go
homo, that they were going to keep mo
all night. Said I was under arrest."
"What happened to you?"
"I was blackjacked in the oar. Thoro
were nine men there, but 1t was tho
captain of detectives himself that hit
me with the blackjack."
"Was there a charge against you
then."
"I don't know. I was taken to tho
12.td Street Harlem station and then
I was discharged downtown. The mn?
(bat did tho thing for which thoy beat
mo lonfesRed that ho did it. That's why
I was dlsiharged."
"What was your next exporience
with the police?"
I I met Detoctivo Scott^ in a pawnshop
1 in Decenibor 1918. I had an overcoat
IIo took me to the Thirty-eighth Pre
I cinct and I was charged with receiving
' stolen goeds. Didn't anything happen
(this tlino. Then I was brought down(own
ivntl tlio case dismissed. Thoy
said thoy kndW I hadn't taken the over
coat, but that I know who did."
Boddy received a suspended sentence
for one of his cscapados tho do
tails of which were not put into tho
record yesterday. Finally this suspension
was revoked and he was sent to
. Blackwcll's Island.
' "I was sent to the penitentiary," ho
said, "and put to work in tho ceai
yard.
}
I SLAY? n HAD PAINS IN HEAD
j A fellow prisoner struck him with a
i shovel while they were at work on?
1 <lay and he.came to his senses in the
prison hospital. It was that hlow
which made the scar from temple to
chin on the face of the prisoner. Port
I (ly testified that after leaving the hos
pltal he continued to have throbbing
pains in his heart.
Another experience with the police
about which ho testified occurred April
19,1919. Concerning this he said:
i "I was heat up with a blackjack a art
. tho rubber hose" ho said.
"Discharged again in court?"
i "Yes."
"After that?"
i "Well I went voluntarily to inquire
about my wife. They detained me. The
lady where my wife worked had a 'ol
of liquor in a closot and it vanished. J
was punched and questioned . "
In September 1920 Poddy was liviuf
in Now Jersey, sometimes 1n Montcl.i'i
the home of his mother and sometime;
in Newark.
; 'Did you get into any trouble there.
"I did," This reply was given a ' bt
of emphasis.
"What was it?"
"Joy-riding. T was sent to Rahwrj
( reformatory for thirteen months."
THEFT OF AUTO ADMITTED
i "Just a minute." interposed Jhatlci
i Wnsservogel. "What do ydu mean b.1
\ 'joy-riding?"
I "Another follow and me picked ui
|[ the first car we could boo and drove ol
i with it."
I 'Proceed
i Then, while Poddy wae locked up !i
i
WIND PLANET, RICHMOND
l?!_ .'J J t in ? mi
1lahw*y, ho "was Violti*\ng the ttvmiB of
his parole in Now York in Ih'at lfo'difl
not report periodically lo tho purolt
oHicor, so when "he was released frou
tflahway lie was sent buck to lllackwell's
Island.
Again ttoddy was beaten at the 3SU.
precinct, lie said. When lie was released
ho went to the homo of his motherin-law
and she dressed ids injuries.
Her little tenement flat, not far from
tho station, if noddy's version is uccin
[ ato, was a sort of first aid station,
j whore ho went for dressings for injui
, los inflicted by the detectives. It was
nflnr Ht?t+ Imnilntr ?!%#%* -
ut?vi VIU.'V i/v>?ivtllh V 11(11 AJUVtUJ IUUIV t?
' step that may hnvo n tremendous
. weight with tho jury, lie appealed to
tho parole ofllcer to whom lie had beoi.
I reporting for relief from the persecu!
tlons of the men of the 38th precinct.
TluS parole otllcor referred him to Coin
missioncr of Corrections Hamilton.
Tho complaint 13oddy wanted to
make was that he had been beaten fo>"
some crime that had been comraittod
while ho was locked up on Bhvekwell's
Island. lie said he was beaten before
ho had a chance to toll this. "When lie
explained he was roloased without apol
OUT.
"They only kopt mo about an hour,"
finished Bdddy.
In adjourning court for the day Justice
Wnsservogel aid he would like to
finish tho taking of testimony today
and might hold court until G o'clock oi
later.
Other witnesses heard yesterdav
wcro Mrs. Ella Bcfddy, the defendant's
mother, his two sisters and t>vo
young colored associates. The women
testified that their brother as a yount
stor had been subject to opilotic fits.
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L. J. HA YUEN
Manufacturer of Pure Herb Medicines
rO RELIEVE ALL DISEASES OR NO CHARGE
220 W. BROAD STREET. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA
DO YOU LOVE HEALTH ?
If so. call and see L. J. HAYDEN, Manufacurer of Pure Herb Medicines
J 20 W. Broad Street. My medicines will rellove you, or no charge, no
natter what your disease, sickness or affliction may bo, end restore you
o perfect health. I uso nothing but herbs, roots; barks; gum; baksams;
leavos; seed; berries; Powers and plants in my medicines. Tlioy have
relieved thousands that have given up to die.
MY MEDICINES CURE TIIE FOLLOWING DISEASES; Heart Disease,
[Rood, Ktduey, Bladdor; Pllon In any form; Vertigo; Quinsy; Soro Throat;
Dyspepsia; Indigestion; Constipation; Rhoumatism In any form; paine
and aches of any kind, Colds, Bronchial troubles; Skin Diseases; all Itching
Sonsatlons; Female Complaints, LaGrlppo, Pneumonia; Ulcer; Carbuncles;
Boils; Caneor In lta worst form without use of knife or Instrument; Ecaema
Pimples on face and body, Dtabotos of Kidneys, Bright's Dlsoaso of Kidneys.
My modlolnos relieve any disease, no matter what nature, or your money
refunded.
Modielnos sont anywhere. For full particulars, write, send or call
on L. J. IIAYDEN, 220 West Broad Stroet.
Richmond, Va. July 8, 1915. I was cured of a very bad case of J
A eono haa boon effected Rhcumautism by two bottles of L.
by Jj. J. Haydoa's Puro Herb Medl-, J. Hayden's wondorful Herb MediP.(nML
A ffor wnlflnc thlrtMn v?nwi nlna .... f?i ? ? *
.. .. ? ---.1 * - VIUV, HiiDi nuuuiiIlK it >OHg HIUH Willi
and .hnve not suffored from tho the dreadful dlsoaso. % was unable
horrible disease, Gravoi, I deBlro to to movo hand or foot, and after I
mako a statement to L. J. Haydon: had taken threo dosea of tlio modThirteen
yeara ago twolvo leading lelne I was able to got out of my
physlclnne of my city treatod me for bod and walk across the floor, and
Kidney trouble and gravol without only two bottles of the medicine has
tho doalred benefit, Those doctors mado mo a perfectly well man In
Advised me to bo operated on, an that ovory reopoct. I cannot give Mr. L?.
was tho only chance for me. I was J. Haydon too much pralso for what
advised to go and ?ot some of L. J. ho has done for mo. I havo sent
Ilaydon'a Herb Medicine and try be mauy other Bufforlng ones to him,
fore being operated on. I did ?o. and they havo also gotten curod. My
And In twenty four hours After using daughter wan also cured of Rheuma
his medicines I passed at l?i,et a tlsm and Indigestion by L. J. Hayhalf
doaen gravel, some as big an a den's Herb Medicines at No. 320 W.
large pea. Since that time I havo IJroad Street, Richmond, Va. I renot
suffered with tho gravel. I commend Mr. L. J. Haydon as one
highly recommend L. J. Hayden's of the greatest healers of the sick
medicine to all suffering humanity, on earth. Respectfully,
I am, J. A. PAOH, J. D. TAYLOR.
4-Auburn Ave., Riohmond Va. 2419 H. Grace St., Richmond, Va.
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