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Why 19th-Century Axe Murderer Lizzie Borden Was Found Not Guilty Nativism, gender stereotypes and wealth all played a role in letting Borden, the prime suspect in her father and stepmother’s ...

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At 32 years old, Lizzie Borden was still living at home with her older sister Emma, her father Andrew, and stepmother Abby. Andrew was the president of a local bank as well as a successful businessman who owned a great deal of commercial property. Undoubtedly, Andrew was one of the wealthiest men in Fall River, however, he was notoriously thrifty.

www.lizzieandrewborden.com/LBForum/viewtopic.php?t=5713

Re: Why Lizzie could be innocent Post by violette » Mon Jan 18, 2016 1:47 am I've always thought that the prime motive for the murder was utter frustration with the way that they were living, and the want to live a richer lifestyle (with a more prominent position in society).

www.americanheritage.com/what-made-lizzie-borden-kill

A century ago in Fall River, Massachusetts, a jury of twelve men deliberated about one hour before acquitting Lizzie Borden of killing her father and stepmother. Lizzie’s innocence has not been so easily accepted by other people—either in 1892, when the murders were committed, or today.

famous-trials.com/lizzieborden/1442-evidence

Only Lizzie was known to be in the house at the time of Abby Borden's murder. To commit both murders (Andrew Borden was murdered around 11 A.M.), an outside intruder would have either have had to hide in the house for 90 minutes or departed and then returned without being seen.

abcnews.go.com/US/lizzie-borden-murder-case-discovery-lawyers-journals/story?...

The notorious 19th-century trial of Lizzie Borden, a wealthy New England woman accused of killing her parents with an ax, is back in the spotlight with the discovery of her attorney's handwritten ...

www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/lizzie-borden-didnt-kill-her-parents-maybe...

Lizzie Borden was the only person charged in the murders of her parents, a gory domestic violence case that has never been resolved. And although she was acquitted, on this day in 1893, the town ...

www.publishersweekly.com/.../tip-sheet/article/79596-was-lizzie-borden-guilty.html

Lizzie Borden herself presented the best possible argument for her own defense. Active in good works, especially in her church, Lizzie ticked all the boxes of respectable middle-class femininity.

gizmodo.com/all-the-evidence-against-lizzie-borden-and-why-she-was-1721936980

On August 4, 1892, Andrew Borden and his wife, Abby, were found hacked to death in their Fall River, Mass. home. The top suspect: Andrew’s daughter, Lizzie, who was acquitted but thereafter ...

www.thoughtco.com/lizzie-borden-biography-3528719

Lizzie Borden (July 19, 1860–June 1, 1927), also known as Lizbeth Borden or Lizzie Andrew Borden, is famous—or infamous—for allegedly murdering her father and stepmother in 1892. She was acquitted, but the murders are memorialized in a children's rhyme: