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The West Memphis Boogieman By Sam Dennis McDonough
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Who should read this book: Anyone who is looking for a complete account of the facts and evidence in the on-going West Memphis Three crime, and people who have heard only sound bites and have seen... More > only biased movies and are searching for the truth in this story. Who may avoid this book: Viewers of CSI television programs who believe that only DNA evidence proves guilt. It is also for anyone who is bored by evidence and facts and would rather obtain their information by viewing fantasy movies full of half-truths and false hoods. This is my sixth book about controversial true crimes. Previous books are: 120 Clues that Show Who Killed Jon Benet (Ramsey); O. J. Simpson Murders, Who killed Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman and Why the jury found OJ Simpson Not Guilty; Oswald, Conspirators and John F. Kennedy; the Canadian crime of Steven Truscott and the Murder of 12-yer-old Lynne Harper; Orlando’s Casey and her missing daughter, Caylee; and now The West Memphis Boogie man.< Less
West Memphis Boogieman By Sam Dennis McDonough
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This book is about justice for three 8-year-old boys, their convicted teen- age killers, and celebrity intervention in justice. Reason for Reading: This is the one book in which you will find the... More > important evidence and facts concerning the West Memphis teens who were convicted of murdering three 8-year-old boys in the Robin Hood woods. It also tells how celebrities helped in getting their release from prison. Why I wrote this book: My greatest passion is searching for the truth in real crimes. Who should read this book: Anyone who is looking for a complete account of the facts and evidence in the on-going West Memphis Three crime, and people who have heard only sound bites and seen only biased movies and are searching for the truth in this story. Who may avoid this book: CSI viewers who believe that only DNA evidence proves guilt and anyone bored by facts and evidence and would rather obtain information from viewing fantasy movies full of half-truths and false hoods.< Less
Steven Truscott and the Murder of 12-Year Old Lynne Harper By Sam Dennis McDonough
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Reason for Reading: This book presents all the facts from both sides about Canada’s most infamous crime. Reach your own conclusion by being objective and thinking critically. Synopsis: On a... More > 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 for the murder of his 12-year-old friend. Why I wrote this book: My greatest passion is to search for the truth in real crimes. Why you should read this book: This is probably the only book you will find in all of America’s media about Steven Truscott and the Murder of 12-year-old Lynne Harper that is completely objective. Why you may avoid this book: There is an unconscious desire on the part of many to find greater meaning in the life and trials of Steven Truscott than is possible based upon the historical case. And so for them, there will always be an innocent Truscott. It simply has to be, no matter what.< Less
Oswald, Conspirators and JFK By Sam Dennis McDonough
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Reason for Reading: This is not just another book about Kennedy's assassination. It is a complete fact-filled book about Oswald, his time in Russia, and conspiracy theories. Synopsis: There were... More > conflicting reports about the number of shots and from the direction they came. Soon a policeman would be shot and killed and Oswald would be arrested for both murders. Two days later Jack Ruby would kill Oswald. Why I wrote this book: My passion is to search for the truth in real crimes. Did Oswald kill President Kennedy? Why would he do it? Did he have accomplices? Was he part of a conspiracy? Why did Jack Ruby kill Lee Oswald? Why you should read this book: This easy to read book has answers to the above questions, backed by credible evidence. Why you may avoid this book: There is an unconscious desire by many to find greater meaning in the death of President Kennedy than is possible based upon the historical case. So for them, there will always be a conspiracy. It just has to be, no matter what.< Less