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Source: New York Times
Source type: newspaper
Document type: article
Document title: “No Evidence of Plot”
Author(s): anonymous
City of publication: New York, New York
Date of publication: 17 September 1901
Volume number: 50
Issue number: 16129
Pagination: 2

 
Citation
“No Evidence of Plot.” New York Times 17 Sept. 1901 v50n16129: p. 2.
 
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Keywords
anarchists (Chicago, IL); McKinley assassination (investigation of conspiracy); Isaac Saylin.
 
Named persons
William S. Bull; Leon Czolgosz; Emma Goldman; William McKinley; Francis O’Neill; John K. Prindiville [misspelled below]; Isaac Saylin [misspelled below].
 
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No Evidence of Plot

 

Anarchists Arrested in Chicago Will Probably Be Released.

Special to The New York Times.

     CHICAGO, Sept. 16.—Efforts to connect the Chicago Anarchists with a plot to assassinate President McKinley will be abandoned, and the prisoners, including Emma Goldman, probably will be released to-morrow. This decision was reached by local authorities to-day after advices from Buffalo that no evidence had been secured connecting the Chicago Anarchists with the crime committed by Czolgosz.
     Chief O’Neill received a telegram from Chief of Police Bull of Buffalo early in the day announcing that, while the police were still working to establish the connection of the assassin with Anarchists in Chicago, Toledo, and Cleveland, they had secured no tangible evidence.
     Dr. Isaac Saylim, the Buffalo physician arrested here for an investigation of his dealings with Emma Goldman, was released by Magistrate Prindeville to-day. There was no evidence against him.

 

 


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