The bizarre ending to a sensational case involving a Notre Dame lawyer, witnesses using false identities, scams by newspapers, and an amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Bonus: a twist at the end that you’ll have to read to believe.
When lawyer Daniel Donahoe filed suit in October 1911 alleging that millionaire Clarence Funk had “wrongfully, wickedly, and unjustly … debauched and carnally known” Josephine Henning he set in motion a chain of events worthy of a dime-store detective novel.
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