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I don't usually read this kind of stuff but picked this up after talking with one of the characters in this book.
Beautifully written, it tells a compelling story of justice denied, thanks to a corrupt group of law enforcement officials and a rogue, undercover narcotics cop.
Also, there were 50 pages of reference materials at the end of the book, so I feel pretty confident that the author did his homework.
this book will be used as a textbook for the fall semester 2014.clean copy with no markings. this book looks brand new!Published 3 months ago by Marae
As a Texan, it was disturbing. I also had a chance to meet Judge Chapman, and he confirmed the completeness and accuracy of the book.Published 3 months ago by Daaron Dwyer
A well-told tale of a horrendous miscarriage of justice and the attempt to set it right. Fascinating characters and keen insight into the culture that allowed it to happen.Published 8 months ago by D. Kiest
Somehow I missed this story when it evidently hit the national news a while back. Corruption running amok in a small east Texas town.Published 10 months ago by Lee Runge
Well written & researched work. Background detail clearly wrItten makes information understood whIle leavIng readers opinions & emotîons self-determIned not author-manipulated. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Amazon Customer
This is a good book for leisure reading but it takes a while to read. Is a good read overall and I would recommend it to anyone interested in wrongful convictions.Published 21 months ago by Judy
Long winded effort revealing a terrible injustice done in a small town in Texas, but is that really a surprise? Read morePublished on November 5, 2011 by Eddie Wannabee
Nate Blakeselee put rigorous and heartfelt effort into this account of a disturbingly recent example of American justice gone bad. Read more
This is the story of a miracle to correct a monstrous miscarriage of justice in the small town of Tulia, Texas. Read morePublished on December 11, 2010