Dr. Sam Sheppard on Trial: The Prosecutors and the Marilyn Sheppard Murder

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Index
Adelson, Lester, 28—30, 156, 159—60, 210
Adler, Mildred “Mims, 113—14, 304, 316
Affairs. See also Sheppard marriage: limits on testimony on Sam's, 63, 80, 230—31, 236—37, 285; Marilyn accused of, 7, 34—35, 103, 105, 107—11; Marilyn's response to Sam's, 17—19, 276—77, 314; Sam denying, 76, 207, 209, 235, 255—64, 277; Sam's, 16—19, 77—78, 92—93, 102—103, 111—12, 115, 273—76, 312—14
Ahern, Don, 20, 87, 203, 242—43, 304
Ahern, Nancy, 20, 87, 203, 242—43
Alternative suspects, 283, 316. See also Eberling, Richard; Houks, the; F. Lee Bailey on, 103, 105—11, 283; Henry Fuehrer as, 304; police looking at, 120, 282, 288—89; Prosecutor's Office looking at, 7, 12; Sam's lawyers looking for, 11, 41—43; Sheppard accusing friends as, 283, 312; Sheppard team investigating, 144—47
AMSEC, 8, 136, 144—47
Andrews, Dale, 285—86
Attorney-client confidentiality, Sheppard waiving, 11, 107—108
Autopsy, 229; Balraj on Marilyn's, 210—14; of fetus, 215; Wecht on Marilyn's, 154, 156, 159—60
Bailey, F. Lee, 6, 73, 79, 198, 284; and alterna- tive suspects, 11, 43, 97—98, 283, 288; char- acterizations of Marilyn, 312, 316, 321; in civil trial opening statements, 89—90, 97; cross-examination in civil trial, 101, 10512; Gilbert's examination of in civil trial, 100—112, 101—105; in second trial, 58, 63, 131, 187—98; on Sheppard case, 63—64
Bailey, Robert, 19—20, 73, 275—76, 314—15
Balraj, Elizabeth, 49, 155, 209—15. See also Cuyahoga County Coroner's Office; on Marilyn's injuries, 156—57; on time of death, 158—59
Bay View Hospital, 17, 79; dominance of Sheppard family in, 15, 125—26; report of Sheppard's injuries by, 40, 122—23; Sam at before murder, 20, 87, 242—43; Sam inter- viewed at, 22, 32—35, 37, 130—31; Sam treated at after murder, 22, 30—32, 88; Sheppard leaving for funeral and return- ing to, 234—35
Bay Village, Ohio, 13, 15, 17, 92
Bay Village Police, 79, 116. See also Drenk- han, Fred; Police; on morning after mur- der, 21—22, 94, 120; Sheppard case file of, 147—49, 288—89
BBC, 134—35
Beach, 25, 35; footprints on, 25, 203, 227; no footprints on, 22, 94, 120, 275; no signs of struggle on, 22, 39, 94, 119—20; people on, 203, 233—34, 275; Sam's accounts of struggle on, 34, 39, 88, 206, 245—46, 269, 272; search of, 234, 254
Beaird, Arthur, 233—34
Bender, Doris, 228
Benitez, Susan Hayes. See Hayes, Susan
Blood. See also Closet door, blood on; Clothing, Sam's; DNA tests; Watch, Sam's: analysis of stains, 166—69, 189—90, 218—25, 307; on assailant vs. Sheppard's lack of, 39, 54, 61; and Gilbert's case against Eberling, 148, 163—64, 306; on gloves, 248—49; imprint of murder weapon on pillow case, 68—70, 69,187,

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