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- Publication Date: October 1, 2015
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B01625QUUK
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I am glad the author took on the task of writing this book, and exposing the truth, while it was obvious during the trial that Brad was being railroaded, after reading this book I realize, it was even worse then I thought.
I do hope Lynne will write a book about the Jason Young case, as it went very similar to Brad's, given the gas mileage of his car, and the distances involved, there was no way he could have done this, or would have stopped at the gas station someone said they saw him.
No one should have to go through what this defendant experienced. All I can say is, Heaven help us all if for some reason we become entangled in the legal system of this country . Amen.
The Cary Police Department and the prosecution based this case on neighborhood gossip, misstated facts and innuendo and had no fact-based circumstantial evidence. . The Cary Police Department destroyed evidence that may have produced another suspect but investigators never looked at anyone other than Brad Cooper.
Lynne Blanchard takes you on a journey throughout the course of the investigation and trial of Brad Cooper, unraveling lies which the prosecution was allowed to put forth by way of Judge Gessner, a former policeman. She writes with meticulous detail and hard-core journalistic insight to show how Brad Cooper was set up from the beginning.
Right before the publication of this book, Cary Police Department (Safest City in America) Chief Patricia Bazemore retired in July and Judge Gessner stepped down from the bench and announced he is going to work with the Sheriff’s Department.
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