The Anthon Transcript
The Salamander Letter
The McLellin Collection
Lying for the Lord
“…Police Detective Don Bell interviewed him at 1:12 in the afternoon on October 17, the day after the bomb exploded in Hofmann’s car.“Elder Pinnock, this is the deal,” Bell began, notebook in hand. “This is a homicide investigation. Do you know Mr. Hofmann?”Pinnock paused and reflected a moment. “No I don’t believe I do.””
(The Mormon Murders, pp. 246-247)
“Was he ever in your office?” Stott asked. “Probably,” said Hinckley.
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*** From Wilipedia: Trial and sentencing:::During the bombing investigation, police discovered evidence of the forgeries in Hofmann's basement, and they found the engraving plant where the forged plate for the Oath of a Freeman had been made. (Through inexperience, Hofmann also made two significant errors in his Oath, creating a version impossible to have been set in type.
(Source:Article by Rocky and Helen Hulse, Issue No. 24, May 2007, “The Midwest Expositor” publication of Mormon Missions Midwest Outreach - Reprinted and posted on our website by permission.)