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Casey Anthony - Beyond A Reasonable Doubt By C.V. Conner, Ph.D.
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Eighty-six percent of women believe that Casey Anthony is guilty of the murder of her own daughter, but only eleven percent of men agree. In this very first psychological portrait of the gender gap... More > created by this case, bestselling author C.V.Conner says that "Anthony's biggest crime was being attractive". In one of his most controversial and provocative works yet, Conner writes that women are bigger and faster stone casters than men, and tend to focus more on looks than men when it comes to guilt or innocence! He adds that; "Attractiveness or Unattractiveness is significantly more of an issue in the minds of women", and backs up his claim with solid research and pointing finger at the media for what he says was an all-out attempt by them to falsely create a sense of guilt in the mind of the general public. A Must Read!!!< Less
Casey Anthony - Beyond A Reasonable Doubt By C.V. Conner, Ph.D.
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Eighty-six percent of women believe that Casey Anthony is guilty of the murder of her own daughter, but only eleven percent of men agree. In this very first psychological portrait of the gender gap... More > created by this case, bestselling author C.V.Conner says that "Anthony's biggest crime was being attractive". In one of his most controversial and provocative works yet, Conner writes that women are bigger and faster stone casters than men, and tend to focus more on looks than men when it comes to guilt or innocence! He adds that; "Attractiveness or Unattractiveness is significantly more of an issue in the minds of women", and backs up his claim with solid research and pointing finger at the media for what he says was an all-out attempt by them to falsely create a sense of guilt in the mind of the general public. A Must Read!!!< Less
The Wishing Bottle By Casey Bell
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An insensitive, prejudice, and sexist man through a wishing bottle gets the chance to either end racism or sexism forever. All he has to do is choose one. Which one will he choose? Will he choose... More > either? What will happen to him if he chooses none? Find out by getting lost in this book. A great book for white men. Great solutions for gun violence, sexual assault, and unequal pay. A book you feel guilty wishing it were true.< Less
Glacier Lake By James Casey
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When State Marshal Tom Riggins discovers the body of a young American Indian girl in a remote high-country cabin at Glacier Lake, the clues are few, but sufficient. Tom is led to the Pine Ridge... More > Indian Reservation and a white man who describes himself as a "wannabe" Indian. One of the issues there is that of a prior record, the use of alcohol, drugs and even prostitution. Further investigation produces a ring of 'trouble-makers' that appear to have some degree of involvement with the death of the American Indian girl, Christine Running Deer. When Tom runs into a 'wall', he uses his final plan, the enlistment of one of the assumed guilty men to work with him to entrap and eventually convict the ringleader, in turn for a lighter sentence. There are a number of turns and twists, but in the end, Tom Riggins secures the deserved justice for Christine Running Deer.< 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
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 Fall River Murders : The Trial of Lizzie Borden By Jim D. Jordan
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The mystery of Lizzie Borden has captivated the public as perhaps one of the most celebrated cases in our American justice system. Comparisons can be made to more modern-day trials, such as the... More > O.J. Simpson trial, or the trails of Jodie Arias, Casey Anthony, and Susan Smith,which kept us riveted to our television screens to watch the gavel to gavel coverage of these sensational trials. Presented here for the first time in dialog form, are the full transcripts of the principal individuals, Bridget Sullivan, the servant, Emma Borden, Lizzie’s sister, those first on the scene – Mrs. Churchill, the neighbor, the police officers, and others who testified in the “Trial of the Century”. By close examination of the testimonies new light may now be shed on what the jurors heard and a better understanding of how they came to their not guilty verdict. Did Lizzie Borden commit the murders? Examine all of the evidence and arrive at your own conclusion.< Less

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