Don't hint that Richard Hauptmann was executed as an innocent man.
Don't dare to think that Charles Lindbergh had clean hands when it came to the kidnapping and murder of his son.
It's unpopular and may be dangerous to say aloud, but there was no kidnapping at the Lindbergh estate in 1932.
Instead of the story of the story of the American hero and the trial, those parts are summarized, and the emphasis is on the actual evidence and the investigation. Hauptmann was innocent, there was no kidnapping, and the true killer is named.