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Crippen

Hawley Harvey, known as Doctor Crippen. 1862--1910, US doctor living in England: executed for poisoning his wife; the first criminal to be apprehended by the use of radiotelegraphy
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1910: Wife-poisoner Dr Hawley Crippen was arrested on SS Montrose as it was entering Quebec.
Crippen was the first criminal to be captured by the use of wireless telegraphy.
High-profile court cases have always been the test of forensic breakthroughs, such as the 1910 trial of the Dr Hawley Harvey Crippen.
But the national governing body of competitive swimming in the United States has said it will not send a team to the UAE after Philadelphia swimmer Fran Crippen died during a FINA open water event in Fujairah in October 2010.
Heather Crippen and her 18-year-old daughter, Alex Crippen, heard about the "animal scramble" at the Cottage Grove Rodeo last year and decided to go see it firsthand.
Crippen was fleeing to Canada aboard the liner SS Montrose, but the ship's captain - Kendall - found him out and alerted Scotland Yard in what was the first use of radio messages to capture a criminal.
Crippen, the Fund's manager, announced, “We put together a strategy that allows us to capitalize on the tremendous opportunities available in the REO-to-Rental markets and to support the communities we invest in.
Crippen, the Fund's manager, announced, "We put together a strategy that allows us to capitalize on the tremendous opportunities available in the REO-to-Rental markets and to support the communities we invest in.
Rescuing children from drowning, horses from a fire and tipping off police about the murderous Dr Crippen are just some of the feats attributed to Vulcana, who died age 71.
I sent this to Dan Crippen, executive director of the National Governors Association, about an article he submitted to The Washington Post.
Maglione has assured that there will be a fair and logical conclusion to the tragic loss of American swimmer Francis Crippen.