By David Ricardo Williams
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All that remained to be done was to secure the formal ratification by the Governor-General-in-Council (the Cabinet), but the lawyer for Reno and Anderson did not give up the fight. He compiled a lengthy submission to the Cabinet recapitulating all the arguments he had made before the chief justice who, in ordering extradition, had observed that defence evidence — the alibis, etc. — could not be considered by the courts but could be submitted to the Cabinet in the hope that the Governor-General-inCouncil would exercise his discretion and refuse extradition.
Robert Pinkerton's death in 1907 provoked numerous editorials and comments around the world; it was the "end of an era" reaction. But it was not quite the end of an era — though a heavy blow nonetheless — because William was still vigorous. Even so, Robert's death was a watershed because it foreshadowed, as events proved, the weakening of the grasp of the Pinkerton family on the day-to-day business of the agency, although William did his best to keep a handson approach from his cluttered office in Chicago.
And, of 40 Call in Pinkerton's course, it was for the purpose of proving in a courtroom the accurate identification of an accused criminal that Pinkerton directed his operatives to be absolutely precise. If a Pinkerton investigation resulted in the arrest of a suspect, the operative insisted that the suspect be stripped and that every scar, every tattoo, every wart, every mole, every twisted toe, every physical abnormality, be recorded. An excellent example of the painstaking attention to detail is found in Pinkerton's classic description of the American bandit, Bill Miner, who at gunpoint held up trains in the United States and Canada in the last century and in the early years of this and whose exploits are described in chapter 6.