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Why Are Most Canadians Gullible?: Many Seem Able to Believe Deeply About Some Things Without Using Logic, Common Sense or Critical Thinking By Sam Dennis McDonough
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This book tells the true story of a young schoolboy who killed his classmate, was determined guilty of the crime several times and served 10 years in prison. Many years later the public would demand... More > that the government find this man innocent and pay him so much money that today government officials are refusing to compensate the wrongly convicted because they didn’t suffer as did Steven Truscott. I wrote “Why Are Most Canadians Gullible?” primarily because of a crime in which a biased media convinced a gullible public that a convicted murderer should be found “not guilty” of his infamous crime. Practically an entire nation demanded that he be found innocent despite having no facts or evidence to support his innocence. Then they gave him lots of money and made him into a national hero. Please read this book with an open, objective, critically thinking mind. If the facts and evidence presented do not make the case for you, then continue on with whatever you believe.< Less
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The True Story Of How JonBenet Was Killed By Sam Dennis McDonough
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On the morning after Christmas 1996, a young mother picked up a strange note from her stairway step. The three-page letter said, among other things, that they had her daughter and wanted money. She... More > went to her 6-year-old daughter’s room and found JonBenet’s bed empty. The Boulder, Colorado police checked the house inside and out and found no sign of forced entry. Was JonBenet’s death an accident or was she murdered? Was the intruder a kidnapper or a murdering pedophile? Did JonBenet's brother, Burke kill her? Did an intruder, known or unknown to the family creep into the wealthy Ramsey home, kill JonBenet in a botched kidnapping attempt while the family slept? Was her death an accident, followed by a long and expensive cover-up? The answers are in this book. The 120 clues include 49 clues that show an intruder did not kill JonBenet and 40 clues that show who wrote the ransom letter. It details the killing and its cover-up. The book concludes by naming the killer.< Less
Go to Sleep Baby, Mommy Has to Party By Sam Dennis McDonough
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Synopsis: This crime became a media sensation after a frantic 911 call was the first public notice that a tiny tot had been missing for 31 days and the mother's car trunk had a dead body smell.... More > Videos of the smiling toddler singing You Are My Sunshine tugged at viewer’s hearts. Reason for Reading: “Go to Sleep Baby, Mommy Has to Party” comments on several factors that may influence high profile crime cases in the future. Factors such as: Jurors fatigued after being sequestered; the CSI effect where police need strong scientific evidence quickly; and jurors should know it's the elements of a crime that need proven beyond reasonable doubt, not every single fact. Why I wrote “Go to Sleep Baby, Mommy Has to Party”: My greatest passion is searching for truth in real crimes. Why this book is an interesting read: Several polls called the Casey Anthony case the social media trial of the century and one of the biggest viewer ratings of all time.< Less
The West Memphis Boogieman By Sam Dennis McDonough
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Synopsis: This book is about justice for three 8-year-old boys and their teen-age killers, and it concerns celebrity intervention in justice. Who should read this book: Anyone who is looking for a... More > complete account of the facts and evidence in the on-going West Memphis Three true crime? Reason for Reading: This is the one book in which you will find the important evidence and facts concerning the West Memphis teens who were convicted of murdering three innocent little boys in the Robin Hood woods. It also tells how, when and why some celebrities helped to get the guilty men out of prison. Why I wrote this book: My greatest passion is searching for facts and evidence to determine the truth in controversial real crimes. Who may avoid this book: CSI viewers who believe that guilt can only be proven by DNA evidence? Also, anyone bored by facts and evidence who would rather obtain information in this case from viewing fantasy movies full of half-truths and false hoods.< Less
40/40 Hindsight: The O.J. Simpson Murders By Sam Dennis McDonough
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Who was O.J.? Simpson was a major celebrity in a city obsessed with celebrity. Even the detectives who quizzed him later that day handled him gently, sidestepping difficult questions. Is it possible... More > that a football legend, with a remarkable positive public image, could brutally murder two people? This book details 40 of the most obvious clues that show who it was that killed Ron Goldman and Nicole Brown Simpson. In true hindsight, the book then details another 40 clues that tell why Orenthal James Simpson was not convicted of the murders.< Less
The West Memphis Boogieman: Condensed Version By Sam Dennis McDonough
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“The West Memphis Boogieman: Condensed Version” lists the same 87 clues as does the full version of “The West Memphis Boogieman” book. Synopsis: “The West Memphis... More > Boogieman” is about justice for three boys and their teen-age killers and the effects of rich and famous celebrity intervention in justice. Who should read “The West Memphis Boogieman”: Anyone who is looking for a complete account of the facts and evidence in the crime that sentenced three teen-age boys to life or death? Reason for Reading: “The West Memphis Boogieman” contains 87 important facts and evidence concerning the Arkansas teens who were convicted of murdering three innocent 8-year-old boys in Robin Hood woods in 1993. It also tells how, when and why some celebrities helped to get the guilty men released from prison. Why I wrote this book: My greatest passion is searching for facts and evidence to determine the truth in controversial real crimes.< Less
Steven Truscott and the Murder of 12-Year Old Lynne Harper By Sam Dennis McDonough
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On a cold September day in 1959 a 14 year old Canadian schoolboy, in just his first encounter with the police and in a crime of passion, was sentenced by a jury to hang. It is sad when any young boy... More > is punished more harshly than should be for his crime. Fortunately, common sense prevailed and after three months the penalty was reduced to a life sentence. Six years later a journalist would write about this boy who, sentenced to hang until dead, had always claimed he was innocent.< Less
Oswald, Conspirators, John F. Kennedy By Sam Dennis McDonough
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This is a book that discusses the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
120 Clues That Show Who Killed JonBenet By Sam Dennis McDonough
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On the morning after Christmas 1996, a young mother picked up a strange note from her stairway step. The three-page letter said, among other things, that they had her daughter and wanted money. She... More > went to her 6-year-old daughter’s room and found JonBenet’s bed empty. The Boulder, Colorado police checked the house inside and out and found no sign of forced entry. Was JonBenet’s death an accident or was she murdered? Was the intruder a kidnapper or a murdering pedophile? Did an intruder, known or unknown to the family creep into the wealthy Ramsey home, kill JonBenet in a botched kidnapping attempt while the family slept? Was her death an accident, followed by a long and expensive cover-up? The answers are in this book. The 120 clues include 56 clues that show an intruder did not kill JonBenet and 40 clues that show who wrote the ransom letter. It details the killing and its cover-up. The book concludes by naming the killer.< Less