On this evening's program, the repulsive Freddy Kruger (Robert Englund) explains how he became the bon vivant and fashion plate who we know and hate so well. Freddy's ramblings lead to the evening's drama, all about a fellow who decides that the best way to get ahead is to stomp on everyone in his path. Written by
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This is the first time in the Elm Street canon that we see unburned Freddy (not including Robert Englund's makeup-less cameos in Part 2 and Part 4) See more
During the trial, the case against Freddy is dismissed because he wasn't read his rights. This would not have made the arrest illegal and would not have been cause for dismissal of the case. All it would mean is that any statement he may have made after being arrested would not be admissible in court until he was read his rights, and there was no indication that the case against him hinged on any such statement. See more
Lt. Tim Blocker
Freddy's poisoned this place. He owns it.
References A Nightmare on Elm Street