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The Jury By Brandi Perry
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The Jury is a Mississippi-born courtroom thriller that rivals those previously released by another Mississippi native, John Grisham. Thomas Urlacher knows his wife wants him dead. So, when he is... More > killed in a mysterious boat explosion, it's not long before law enforcement points the finger at his young bride. Following a sensational trial, Britt Urlacher is found not guilty. Within a week, jurors from the trial start dying under unusual circumstances. Has Thomas come back from the dead, exacting revenge on those who allowed his killer to go free, or is someone else defending Thomas, even in death? This pulse-pounding thriller will keep you on the edge of your seat with unpredictable suspense, intrigue, and explosive action.< Less
Guilty Unless Proven Innocent - The Vendetta By Stephan Botes
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Autobiographical account of the corruption in the courts of the United States as evidenced in the case UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (Inc.) versus A STEPHAN BOTES, case no. 1:04-CR-0568-CC in the United... More > States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia, Atlanta Division, proving the crimes committed by the prosecutors, U.S. attorneys, in collusion with the judges and lawyers parading as "defense counsel" to engineer a wrongful conviction. The legal proceedings and everything leading up to the jury verdict are covered blow by blow, showing the facts as they relate to the law, educating the reader on what should have transpired in a court of law versus what had actually transpired in a court of admiralty. A must read for anyone doing business in and with the Government of the United States to know the risk and what to expect from the American system of "justice."< 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
In Search of Innocence By Tom Lisker
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Loyal friends and patients of a gifted surgeon accused and convicted of having murdered his wife are convinced of his innocence. They ask Tom Morgan, an advertising copywriter, to write a book that... More > will set the doctor free. After Tom meets with him in prison, he, too, believes the doctor, “a Jewish Marcus Welby,” is much too gentle and loving to have committed the murder. The evidence was purely circumstantial. Tom believes with his talent, intelligence, and confidence, he can solve the crime, write a best seller, and become a hero. As he delves further into the case, Tom learns about the doctor's history of strange behavior. He slowly and reluctantly realizes that he is indeed guilty. His hopes of writing a best seller and becoming a hero are dashed. When the doctor's mistress and former nurse and mother of two of his “love” children appears on the scene, she and Tom uncover previously overlooked medical evidence that seems to prove the doctor’s innocence.< Less
Lynched at Law : The Insidious Hand of American Justice By James Orin Ogle
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Steeped in the American dream, I doubted the claim that there were many innocents in America’s prisons. However, my life was shattered when, without warning, I was maliciously targeted and... More > trapped by a criminal agent of the government—Wendell Blount. In the midst of the 9-11 national catastrophe, I was made to fight for my good name, not only against a criminal accusation but against the prejudice of an all-white Southern Mississippi jury. I was convicted based on a simple argument made by the prosecution: “We’re not saying that he did it. We’re saying that if he could have done it, he would have.” Still reeling from the terrorist attacks, the jury pronounced me guilty of conspiracy to launder twelve million dollars, and I was sentenced to ten years in prison, three additional years of subjugation, along with the end of my life as I knew it. On September 11, 2001, inside a tranquil Southern Mississippi courtroom, I was Lynched at Law. James Orin Ogle< Less
EYE CONTACT By Morrison Bonpasse
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Chad Emery Evans was wrongfully convicted in December, 2001 in New Hampshire of the murder of Kassidy Bortner, the 21-month old daughter of his girlfriend, Amanda Bortner. The causes of... More > Kassidy’s death and her injuries are mysterious and disputed, but Chad was convicted of Second Degree Murder and other related charges. On June 2, 2000, Chad met Amanda Bortner and their love grew rapidly. By early July, they were living together. On the morning of Nov. 9, 2000, Amanda took Kassidy to the Kittery, Maine home of her sister, Jennifer Bortner, and her sister's boyfriend, Jefferey Marshall, for babysitting for the day. Shortly after Noon on the 9th, Jeff checked on Kassidy and recognized that she was in trouble. The EMT's and Kittery Police arrived quickly, but Kassidy was dead when they arrived. Chad states that he never hit nor spanked Kassidy, and he passed a lie detector test in 2010. EYE CONTACT tells the story of Chad’s and Amanda’s wrongful convictions and why they must be corrected.< 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
EYE CONTACT By Morrison Bonpasse
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Chad Emery Evans was wrongfully convicted in December, 2001 in New Hampshire of the murder of Kassidy Bortner, the 21-month old daughter of his girlfriend, Amanda Bortner. The causes of... More > Kassidy’s death and her injuries are mysterious and disputed, but Chad was convicted of Second Degree Murder and other related charges. On June 2, 2000, Chad met Amanda Bortner and their love grew rapidly. By early July, they were living together. On the morning of Nov. 9, 2000, Amanda took Kassidy to the Kittery, Maine home of her sister, Jennifer Bortner, and her sister's boyfriend, Jefferey Marshall, for babysitting for the day. Shortly after Noon on the 9th, Jeff checked on Kassidy and recognized that she was in trouble. The EMT's and Kittery Police arrived quickly, but Kassidy was dead when they arrived. Chad states that he never hit nor spanked Kassidy, and he passed a lie detector test in 2010. EYE CONTACT tells the story of Chad’s and Amanda’s wrongful convictions and why they must be corrected.< Less
•EYE CONTACT - The Mysterious Death in 2000 in Maine of Kassidy Bortner and the Wrongful Conviction of Chad Evans in New Hampshire By Morrison Bonpasse
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Chad Emery Evans was wrongfully convicted in December, 2001 in New Hampshire of the murder of Kassidy Bortner, the 21-month old daughter of his girlfriend, Amanda Bortner. The causes of... More > Kassidy’s death and her injuries are mysterious and disputed, but Chad was convicted of Second Degree Murder and other related charges. On June 2, 2000, Chad met Amanda Bortner and their love grew rapidly. By early July, they were living together. On the morning of Nov. 9, 2000, Amanda took Kassidy to the Kittery, Maine home of her sister, Jennifer Bortner, and her sister's boyfriend, Jefferey Marshall, for babysitting for the day. Shortly after Noon on the 9th, Jeff checked on Kassidy and recognized that she was in trouble. The EMT's and Kittery Police arrived quickly, but Kassidy was dead when they arrived. Chad states that he never hit nor spanked Kassidy, and he passed a lie detector test in 2010. EYE CONTACT tells the story of Chad’s and Amanda’s wrongful convictions and why they must be corrected.< Less
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