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A neighbor exclaimed, "They're arresting all the black folks!" and it must have seemed that way.
Many of the defense attorneys were also appalling, providing, at best, ineffective assistance of counsel to their hapless clients.
Add to that that it is superbly written and flows almost like a thriller, and you have an almost perfect book.
this book will be used as a textbook for the fall semester 2014.clean copy with no markings. this book looks brand new!Published 4 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 5 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 10 months ago by DYK
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 12 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 21 months ago by Amazon Customer C.B.
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 22 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