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Through his lawyers, the jailed Dr. Sam Sheppard demands that Chief Eaton release possession of his home, so that his son, "Chip", can have access to it, to go to school. County prosecutor, Frank T. Cullitan, advises Eaton not to release the home "except upon a court order".
Sam Sheppard, Frank T. Cullitan, William J. Corrigan, Fred W. Garmone, Samuel Reese "Chip" Sheppard, John J. Mahon, Saul S. Danaceau, Samuel R. Gerber, Frank W. Story, John P. Eaton, Richard S. Weygandt, Edmund Kisiel, Jay Gorham, Robert Fraedrich, Roger Oswald, Sheppard home, defense access to Sheppard home, murder weapon
Cleveland Plain Dealer, "54/08/25 Return Of Home Denied Sheppard" (1954). All Articles. 481.