Why was the public so fascinated with the Bobby Franks murder case?
This was the so-called "perfect crime." At least, that's what Richard Loeb thought when he concocted it.
Loeb, who had been raised by a strict Canadian governess since he was four, had fantasized about leading a criminal gang. What does history tell us about him?
Leopold was even more intelligent than Loeb.
He would do what Loeb told him to do.
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