Bob Cash
Re: Dance houses, ect...
Wed Jul 14, 17:17

I don't think we have enough hard evidence to say Behan did ply Kate with liquor to get her to tell what she knew of Doc's actions on the day of the attempted robberies and murder, but I wouldn't see anything wrong if he had. We are talking about two murders here and if Behan thought Kate might have incriminating evidence against Doc it would not. in my opinion, be unethical or sleazy to employ a friendly drink or two or three to loosen her lips. It would only be unethical if Johnny already had information proving Doc's innocence.

    • Prostitutes and drinkingPeter Brand, Tue Jul 13 20:35
      Most, if not all, prostitutes were heavy drinkers and/or drug users. I have lost count of the number of gamblers and their prostitute partners who came to blows while under the influence. Suicides wer... more
    • Dance houses, ect...Joyce Aros, Tue Jul 13 18:26
      ...Peter, I recognize there were such 'dance palaces' for the purpose of prostitution and so on but I thought they were locations the menfolk would approach when they wished to. All the photos I have ... more
      • Re: Dance houses, ect... — Bob Cash, Wed Jul 14 17:17
        • Evidence under the influence?...Joyce Aros, Thu Jul 15 5:34
          ...the question comes up as to whether Kate's information could be absorbed into the legal system if it was from an 'under the influence' condition. I realize rules were shaky in the developing fronti... more
        • Thanks BobPeter Love, Wed Jul 14 21:32
          I didn’t see this one. Yep, that’s what I was thinking. Pete
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