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Coverup in Arizona Paperback – June, 2002

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 64 pages
  • Publisher: Goose River Press (June 2002)
  • ISBN-10: 1930648308
  • ISBN-13: 978-1930648302
  • Product Dimensions: 10.7 x 8.2 x 0.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,460,336 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

Editorial Reviews


"...It's time to clean house...Arizona needs to change its prison officials, re-examine allegations of misconduct against judges/prison authorities." -- James Emerson, Feb. 15, 2002

"Judges and prison officials must be petrified. This book shows they lack intellect, guts, honor, and integrity." -- Robert Jones, Ph. D

"Judges, Attorney General, prison authorities do anything to protect themselves. Their only option--deny authenticity of State documents they created." -- Richard Jones, Feb. 12, 2002

"Shocking, exceptionally eye opening...A literary must read for all..." -- Dr. Thomas Franklin, Ph. D

From the Author

In the last ten years, I have personally observed employees of the Arizona State Prison system destroy records regarding inmates, destroy inmate property, and manufacture records. I have also seen supervisory staff asking employees to engage in this type of misconduct. Whenever these issues have been brought to the attention of the current and former Director of the prison system, they coveredup misconduct and promoted the employees who engaged in the misconduct. Arizona State Court judges when apprised of the misconduct have refused to do anything because it is not a popular thing to do. Judges who decide against the State are frowned at.

When I personally became a victim of these prison authorities and judges, I decided to expose their misconduct. As I maintained excellent records, I was able to include documents which reflect the existence of a system of coverup in the State of Arizona.

Assistant Arizona Attorney General, Michael O'Toole; Kelly J. Morrissey, and Maricopa County Superior Court Judge, Edward O. Burke; Gary Donahoe, Colleen A. McNally, amongst others tried to shut me up and prevent me from exposing the misconduct reflected in Coverup In Arizona. This is because by exposing the misconduct, I have placed other judges and state officials to potential liability.

Arizona State Prison Officials, due to my being a Hindu, tried to deny me food for exposing these facts in the book. However, I decided that no matter waht the consequence, I shall bring these facts to light.

In my second book, The Myth of Innocence, I describe in detail how judges of the Arizona Courts have been active in ensuring people who are innocent are convicted of crimes they did not engage in and the reward they receive for their misconduct.

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