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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 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
The West Memphis Boogieman: Condensed Version. By Sam Dennis McDonough
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"The West Memphis Boogieman" is about justice for three 8-year-old boys, their convicted teen-age killers, and celebrity intervention in justice. This is the one book in which you will... More > find the important evidence and facts that show who mutilated three boys in the West Memphis Robin Hood woods. In addition, it tells how and why celebrities were determined to get the convicted murderers released from prison. I wrote "The West Memphis Boogieman" because my greatest passion is searching for the facts and evidence that lead to the truth in real crimes. Anyone who is looking for a complete account of the facts and evidence in the on-going "West Memphis Three" crime should read "The West Memphis Boogieman". On the other hand, (1) C.S.I. enthusiasts who believe that only DNA evidence can prove guilt, (2) anyone who would rather obtain biased opinions from viewing fantasy movies full of half-truths and false hoods, and (3) anyone bored by facts and strong evidence may want to avoid this book.< Less