Read All About It!

Brooklyn Eagle

Feb. 16, 1933
Chum Slays Boy for “Snitching”

Feb. 17, 1933
Another Held in Bender Boy Slaying Probe

Feb. 18, 1933
Asks First Degree Murder Charge in Boy Killing

Feb. 20, 1933
Boy Murder Suspect Seen “Misunderstood”

Feb. 21, 1933
Slayer Wanted to Be Artist

Feb. 25, 1933
Murch Held for Grand Jury

Feb. 26, 1933
Educators Should Study Contrast

March 03, 1933
Murch Boy’s Trial for Murder, April 3

March 25, 1933
Youthful Killer’s Age Creates Legal Puzzle

May 8, 1933
Boy, 16, on Trial for Life

May 9, 1933
Harry Murch is Unmoved by Crime Recital

May 10, 1933
Court Hears Details of Murch “Confession”

May 11, 1933
Murch Charges Torture By Police

May 11, 1933
Boy Murder Unique for its Horror and Significance

May 12, 1933
Mother of Boy Murder Victim Grieves for Mother of Slayer 

May 13, 1933
The Murch Conviction

May 14, 1933
Law Barbarous That Tries Child Slayer in Adult Court

May 15, 1933
Circle Plans Civic Unit to Offset Murch Case

May 16, 1933
Decry Law Binding Judge in Murch Case

May 16, 1933
Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt Asked to Address Jobless and Homeless Problems

Case of “Lost” Conscience Seen in Boy Homicide

May 17, 1933
Claim Murch’s Age Definitely Set at 16

May 18, 1933
Appetite for Killing in Some Adolescent Boys

May 19, 1933
Murch Smiles at Sentence

May 20, 1933
Murch Anxious for Sing Sing

May 22, 1933
Murch is Taken to Sing Sing

June 6, 1933
Murch Appeal Expense Avoided

June 8, 1933
Teachers for Helpless to Rule Detrimental Boys

June 23, 1933
Appeal is Argued for Boy Slayer

August 3, 1933
Plea to State’s Highest Court

Sept. 22, 1933
Slain Boy’s Mother Facing Eviction

Sept. 24, 1933
Owner May Stay the Eviction of Family With Big Heart