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120 CLUES That Show WHO KILLED JONBENET By Sam Dennis McDonough
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The 120 clues include 56 clues that show an intruder did not kill JonBenet and 40 clues that show who wrote the ransom letter. It details the killing and its cover-up. The book concludes by naming... More > the killer.< Less
Crime Does Pay In Canada By Sam Dennis McDonough
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The right not to be convicted of a crime you didn’t commit is a human right, and it is one reason for this book. About one-third of the people who are set free after proving their innocence are... More > not compensated for the injustice they suffered or the time they spent incarcerated. With no money, housing or transportation, and a criminal record rarely cleared despite innocence, the punishment continues on. Governments must provide restoration to the wrongly convicted through a standard and just process. Another reason for this book is my passion to search for facts and evidence that lead to the truth in real crimes. Like everyone, I hate to see the innocent in prison and I do not like to see a killer free to kill again. Even more, I really hate to see a killer get well paid for his crime. Inside “Crime Does Pay In Canada” is the true story of a smart, gutsy guy who killed a 12-year-young girl and was paid for his crime with a fortune and a lot of fame from an adoring public.< Less
Crime Does Pay in Canada By Sam Dennis McDonough
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The right not to be convicted of a crime you didn’t commit is a human right, and it is one reason for this book. About one-third of the people who are set free after proving their innocence... More > are not compensated for the injustice they suffered or the time they spent incarcerated. With no money or housing and a criminal record rarely cleared despite innocence, the punishment continues on. Governments must provide restoration to the wrongly convicted through a standard and just process. Another reason for this book is my passion to search for facts and evidence that lead to the truth in controversial real crimes. Like everyone, I hate to see the innocent in prison and I do not like to see a killer free to kill again. Even more, I really hate to see a killer get well paid for his crime. Inside “Crime Does Pay In Canada” is the true story of a smart, gutsy guy who killed a 12-year-young girl and was paid for his crime with a fortune and a lot of fame from an adoring public.< 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