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 Anatole Deibler at court cases ?

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MessageSujet: Anatole Deibler at court cases ?   Lun 14 Mar 2011 - 19:50

Apologies again for not being able to post messages in French.

My attention was drawn to this article -

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The reporter claims that Anatole Deibler attended capital trials -

"In his diaries, Deibler, who was nicknamed "Monsieur de Paris" and "The Executor of High Works", noted in chronological order all the details of those he considered to be "his" condemned, whose trials he attended out of a sense of professional conscience."

That would be astonishing if true - it must be incorrect ?

Defence lawyers would be outraged and would rightly object that it prejudiced the outcome of the trial.[b]
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MessageSujet: Re: Anatole Deibler at court cases ?   Mar 15 Mar 2011 - 18:58

ScottishMaiden a écrit:
Apologies again for not being able to post messages in French.

My attention was drawn to this article -

http://hnn.us/readcomment.php?id=8555&bheaders=1

The reporter claims that Anatole Deibler attended capital trials -

"In his diaries, Deibler, who was nicknamed "Monsieur de Paris" and "The Executor of High Works", noted in chronological order all the details of those he considered to be "his" condemned, whose trials he attended out of a sense of professional conscience."

That would be astonishing if true - it must be incorrect ?

Defence lawyers would be outraged and would rightly object that it prejudiced the outcome of the trial.
Hi, ScottishMaiden !
Louis Deibler, Anatole's father, was attending trials of petty offencers (thiefs, etc...) but not those of criminals...This was discovered because he disappeared from his home rather often during afternoons, and his wife, thinking he was cheating, had him followed by private cop...just to discover he was going to correction court ! It was possible for him to go without being noticed, because, at that time, photography was only at its beginning and his face was not known...When his wife asked him about the reason of such behaviour, he answered :"I went there to have a look at my future patients !!!"
There is no picture of Louis Deibler, only drawings, Anatole's photographies are quite numerous and well-known.
So the claim concerning Anatole attending capital trials is a fairy tale.
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MessageSujet: Re: Anatole Deibler at court cases ?   Jeu 17 Mar 2011 - 23:46

Hello Pierrepoint - thank you, that's very interesting.

Is there not a photo of Louis Deibler and his wife sitting in a car ?

I think I recall seing it in Alistair Kershaw's book - and elsewhere.
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MessageSujet: Re: Anatole Deibler at court cases ?   Ven 18 Mar 2011 - 8:49

I do confirm that there is no photo of Louis Deibler study ...
Picture you're referring to shows Anatole and his wife Rosalie sitting in their new car, it's a well-known photo !
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MessageSujet: Re: Anatole Deibler at court cases ?   Ven 18 Mar 2011 - 11:50

I'm obviously mistaken.

Won't be the first (or last) time !!!
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MessageSujet: Re: Anatole Deibler at court cases ?   Ven 18 Mar 2011 - 13:07

Louis retired in 1899 and died in 1904 before automobiles were widely used. There are at least two photos of Anatole, one driving and one sitting in the back of a car driven by his daughter, but they were probably taken around 1912 and 1935. The first photo is erroneously identified as "Louis Deibler and his wife" in Kershaw's book.
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