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The Convict By Jake Green
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An inside look of the thoughts of a wrongly convicted man. What he sees, hears, and does is meant to be a punishment, but in reality it gives him the time to think about his actions beforehand and... More > the things that led up to his conviction. He comes to a conclusion that all of us must learn.< Less
The Wrong Verdict By Walter S. Masterman
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Hardcover. Vera Pollard’s father was unjustly convicted of murder and sent to prison, and years later, when she became an assistant to a Chinese mentalist named Lian Foo, he was released. Thus... More > began a series of events that threatened to send another innocent man, Vera’s fiancé Ronald Watson, to the gallows. Walter S. Masterman, author of numerous mysteries that spirit the reader into a world of opium, séances and murder, wrote this in 1938, at the height of his literary powers. It is the latest in the Masterman series from Ramble House, a novel of suspense that has been forgotten too long.< 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
The Wrong Verdict TPB By Walter S. Masterman
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Trade paperback. Vera Pollard’s father was unjustly convicted of murder and sent to prison, and years later, when she became an assistant to a Chinese mentalist named Lian Foo, he was released.... More > Thus began a series of events that threatened to send another innocent man, Vera’s fiancé Ronald Watson, to the gallows. Walter S. Masterman, author of numerous mysteries that spirit the reader into a world of opium, séances and murder, wrote this in 1938, at the height of his literary powers. It is the latest in the Masterman series from Ramble House, a novel of suspense that has been forgotten too long.< Less
Guilty Until Proven Innocent: A Look At The Victims Of Wrongfull Convictions , The Exonerated , Vindicated And Pardoned By Steven James Fredrick Jr.
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This is a book dedicated to all those who are wrongfully convicted each year-the innocents. A staggering number of people are convicted of crimes they did not committ each year. They, and thier... More > families are forced to pick up the pieces. This is thier story. "May the unjust recieve thier punishment , and the right recieve thier just due" -Steven James Fredrick Jr.< Less
Wrongly Executed? - The Long-forgotten Context of Charles Sberna's 1939 Electrocution By Thomas Hunt
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Was Charles Sberna wrongly convicted of the murder of Police Officer John H.A. Wilson? Was an innocent man sent to the electric chair in 1939? What reasons could the authorities have had for refusing... More > to consider alternatives and rushing Sberna into Sing Sing Prison's death device? 'Wrongly Executed?' provides the details and historical background of the Sberna case. The story is a complex and controversial one, involving celebrity attorneys, Mafia bosses, violent political radicals, media giants and ruthless establishment figures, all set in a period in which Americans sought stability and government-imposed order after years of political upheaval, economic depression and Prohibition Era lawlessness.< Less
Wrongly Executed? - The Long-forgotten Context of Charles Sberna's 1939 Electrocution By Thomas Hunt
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Was Charles Sberna wrongly convicted of the murder of Police Officer John H.A. Wilson? Was an innocent man sent to the electric chair in 1939? What reasons could the authorities have had for refusing... More > to consider alternatives and rushing Sberna into Sing Sing Prison's death device? 'Wrongly Executed?' provides the details and historical background of the Sberna case. The story is a complex and controversial one, involving celebrity attorneys, Mafia bosses, violent political radicals, media giants and ruthless establishment figures, all set in a period in which Americans sought stability and government-imposed order after years of political upheaval, economic depression and Prohibition Era lawlessness.< Less
Wrongly Executed? - The Long-forgotten Context of Charles Sberna's 1939 Electrocution By Thomas Hunt
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Was Charles Sberna wrongly convicted of the murder of Police Officer John H.A. Wilson? Was an innocent man sent to the electric chair in 1939? What reasons could authorities have had for rushing... More > Sberna into Sing Sing Prison's death device? Prison Warden Lewis Lawes wrote, "If I had commanded the power to stay an execution, [he] would be alive today. No one of us ever doubted his words..." Columnist Walter Winchell commented, "For the first time in New York history, there is practically a certainty that an innocent man was executed in the electric chair." 'Wrongly Executed?' provides the details and historical background of the Sberna case. The story is a complex and controversial one, involving celebrity attorneys, Mafia bosses, violent political radicals, media giants and ruthless establishment figures, all set in a period in which Americans sought stability and government-imposed order after years of political upheaval, economic depression and Prohibition Era lawlessness.< Less
Miscarriages of Justice (and how to avoid them) By Inside Justice
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This booklet provides a brief guide for persons accused and/or convicted of crimes they did not commit. The guide is intended for miscarriage of justice victims and those working to overturn the... More > wrongful conviction.< Less
Memoirs of a Human Being By Bill Burdsal
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Follow the life of a Gay male, first as a little boy in a small Texas town during the War years, then experience his quirky adventures on a U.S. Naval warship, his trial and false imprisonment in... More > California, his twenty years in the record business, and finally his work for a phone-sex company in Las Vegas. Share his controversial views on life and read about his current pursuits in Palm Springs, California< Less