Benjamin Walter


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 (bĕn′yə-mēn′), Walter 1892-1940.
German critic and philosopher whose works include "The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction" (1936) and The Arcades Project, a posthumously published study of the origins of modernity.
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Benjamin Walter, MD, assistant professor of neurology at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, medical director of the Deep Brain Stimulation Program at UH Case Medical Center, and director of the Movement Disorder Center at University Hospitals, all in Cleveland, Ohio.
Keegan Taylor, Eli Thein, Claire Thompson, Gianna Tobar, Antoine Tokatly, Alejandro Trejo Sandoval, Luis Trejo Sandoval, Danielle Trowbridge, Zackary Trudeau, Hunter Turner, Thomas Urben, Brandon Varney, Jordyn Villarino, Sonia Villavicencio, Hayley Wahlroos, Chelsey Walker, Benjamin Walter, Corinthia Warner, Jentel Washington, Sabrina Wheelhouse, Keionna White, Austin Williams, Colton Williams, Tyler Williams, Alexandria Wilson, Madelaine Woods, Austin Woolsey, Michelle Zachary, Hope Zima.
Wareham, 26 - pictured with the suitcase - his halfbrother Lee Wareham, 33, and Benjamin Walter, 22, all took part in the killing last June.
Geoffrey Reed, 57, was beaten to death in his ground floor flat in Bournemouth, Dorset, by half brothers Stuart and Lee Wareham and Benjamin Walter.
Stuart Wareham, 25, Lee Wareham, 32, and Benjamin Walter, 21, were accused of killing Geoffrey Reed.
Groomsmen were Andrew Taylor Thompson, brother of the groom; James Tyler Michael, brother of the bride; and Benjamin Walter Shaw, Brandon Paul Spain, Brett Tyler Hunt, Brock Daniel Sain, Clifton Randell Taylor, Joseph Carter Robinson, Mitchell Wilson Sims, Nathan Lee Hulling and Robert Blake Sain, all close friends of the groom.