Did They Really Do It?: From Lizzie Borden to the 20th by Fred Rosen

By Fred Rosen

Nine of the main arguable violent crimes in America’s historical past are reexamined in those compelling tales of real crime
Dr. Samuel Mudd set John Wilkes Booth’s damaged ankle, yet was once he really a part of the bigger conspiracy to assassinate President Abraham Lincoln? Did Lizzie Borden brutally homicide her personal mom and dad in Massachusetts? was once admitted jihadist Zacarias Moussaoui particularly fascinated with the terrorist plot to spoil the realm alternate heart on September eleven, 2001? In a chain of provocative and eye-opening precise crime investigations, writer Fred Rosen revisits probably the most surprising and infamous crimes in the USA over the last centuries to figure out as soon as and for all . . . did they honestly do it?
utilising common sense and methods of recent criminology whereas reexamining the crime scenes, professional police documents, and the unique court docket stories of witnesses and the accused, Rosen explores 9 notorious crimes that rocked the state and the verdicts that have been eventually passed down. From Ethel and Julius Rosenberg’s execution for treason to the abduction and killing of the Lindbergh child to the Ku Klux Klan slayings of 3 civil rights staff in Mississippi to 9-11, the alleged perpetrators get one other day in courtroom as Rosen calls into query the circumstantial facts and cultural context that can have made up our minds guilt or innocence in every one case.

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