Contributed by Corsby1
Description: The Bradley CaseDate: May 23 1902
Newspaper published in: Tucson
In Justice Wilson’s court yesterday witnesses were heard in connection with the death of John A. Bradley last week at the Arivaca stage station. The testimony adduced brought o new information respecting the cause of death, the witnesses in their testimony stating that Mr. Bradley died in a chair and the body remained there until a conveyance came to take the remains to Tucson. Testimony of medical practitioners conveyed the impression that deceased came to his death from lung trouble, superinduced by a wound inflicted on the head which wound aided in dissolution owing to the weak condition of the man. The authorities will investigate further into the case in the hope of apprehending persons who may have been party to the infliction of the bruise found on the head. The remains were shipped early in the week to Lee, Massachusetts.