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Rush to Judgment by Mark Lane Book Resume:
Rush to Judgment is Mark Lane's seminal work on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. This groundbreaking number one bestseller opening the eyes of the people of the United States to the possibility that their government was involved in a cover-up of monumental proportions. In his mesmerizing book Lane explores the Warren Report's conclusion that Lee Harvey Oswald was the lone assassin despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary. Lane's exhaustive investigation provides a roadmap to the body of evidence about the assassination. By interviewing witnesses throughout the country, comparing each of the Report's conclusions with its own corresponding evidence, and searching through the 26 volumes of evidence the President's Commission collected and thousands of documents found only in the National Archive in Washington, D.C., Lane truthfully investigates the assassination. Meticulously detailed, with over 4,000 citations, yet immensely compelling, Rush to Judgment is an expose that set forth cataclysmic ripples through the fabric of our nation. This work, still unparalleled after 50 years and scores of other explorations, is where is all began. No serious study of that event is complete without it.
Rush to Judgment by Stephen F. Knott Book Resume:
This provocative book contends that George W. Bush has been treated unfairly, especially by presidential historians and the media. Argues that from the beginning scholars abandoned any pretense at objectivity in their critiques and seemed unwilling to place Bush's actions into a broader historical context.
Rush to Judgement by C. Stevenson Book Resume:
On Saturday morning, February 2, 2002, 7-year-old Danielle van Dam was reported missing by her mother, Brenda, who had been out partying with friends at a local bar until almost 2:00 a.m. Danielle's father, Damon, had been left behind at home to babysit their three young children, and their dog, a sleek gray Weimaraner. He said that he had put the kids to bed, cracked their doors, and fell asleep in the master bedroom, along with the dog, and with the door closed. Shortly before 2 a.m., he opened the bedroom door, and let the dog out to greet his wife, knowing she would be home soon. Some people, like KFMB talk show host Rick Roberts, began to question the parents' behavior, after it was reported in the media that they were “swingers”, and they did not check on their children, even after they said they found two outside doors open that night. Danielle's body was discovered at Dehesa on February 27. The police had almost immediately suspected neighbor David Westerfield, as he went away that weekend, leaving his garden hose lying untidily across his neat front yard. Was he responsible for Danielle van Dam's death, or was he the victim of a “rush to judgement”? What does the evidence say?• No evidence was found that he was ever in her home, nor that he had been at the body recovery site.• Why were no fibers from her pajamas or bedding found in his house or vehicles?• Had she ever played in his motor home while it was parked in their street?• Did his pornography collection include child porn?• Did he fail his lie detector test?• What is the truth about the plea deal story?• Was the body rapidly mummified by a warm dry wind that hadn't yet begun to blow? • What happened to the photographs the searchers took of the body?• Did the orange fiber in her hair come from something in her own home?• Whose hair was found under her body? It was neither Danielle's nor Westerfield's.• On February 15, Brenda received an anonymous phone call that Danielle was abused but alive. Who made that call? The insect evidence indicates she died soon afterwards.• A year later, James Selby, a convicted serial rapist, confessed in writing to killing Danielle. Was he just a “quack”? One of his victims was a 9-year-old girl, whom he abducted sleeping from her bed.This book examines these questions and many more. This was a high-profile case, with an enormous amount of public attention; the trial was broadcast live on radio and TV, so a book on it is long overdue, and this is an authoritative book. There are books with titles like “MS-DOS Bible” and “Windows 7 Bible”. This book is the Westerfield-van Dam case “bible”. It is a comprehensive reference source about the case, and a “must read” for everybody interested in it, and especially all those who were personally involved: the jurors, the police, the crime laboratory, the DA's office, the defense lawyers, the neighbors and other witnesses. This case has similarities to the OJ Simpson case, not only in the intensity of public and media attention, but also in the fact that George “Woody” Clarke was a prosecutor on both cases, and Jo-Ellan Dimitrius was a jury consultant on both, but for the defense in the OJ trial, and for the prosecution in the Westerfield trial. Did clever juror selection contribute to a miscarriage of justice in either case?David Westerfield's automatic appeal is due soon, making this book timely.
Rush to Judgment by Ron D. Albert Book Resume:
In The Cost of Admission, Lawrence E. Young writes with candor, humor and passion about Comer Cottrell's life in business as well as personal. Lawrence captures Comer's life as a young entrepreneur to a very wealthy business man. Intimate, powerful and inspiring, The Cost of Admission captures the essence of this remarkable man and the challenging process through which he came to define and found his way-as a son, a father and a husband in one of the most formidable figures in history.
Asterisk by David Ezra Book Resume:
Separating fact from fiction, a study of the use of steroids in sports examines the issue from the perspective of the accomplishments of some of our greatest athletes, focusing in particular on Barry Bonds and his home-run record, arguing that the use of steroids is often based on unfounded assumptions, biased testimony, and innuendo while exploring the larger issue of cheating.
Fire and Faith by Rick Maier Book Resume:
Heat and smoke from the fire killed six-year-old Chrissy and both visiting grandparents and left the house in ruins. Bottles and cans containing gasoline found placed in doorways clearly indicated arson. Weeks later, Herb Steigler was arrested for murder and the attempted murder of the wife he rescued. A year later, he was convicted on purely circumstantial evidence and sentenced to hang. Family and friends never stopped believing that Herb was innocent. Their theory of who set the fire wasn't investigated by the police, pressed in court, or probed by the press. Eventually released from prison, Herb and his family went on to live productive, joy-filled lives. Fifty-some years later, there is still no hard evidence of who committed the arson, and no one has confessed. Decades after his release from prison, and toward the end of his suffering with dementia, Herb would utter random, unfiltered things. One day he appeared distressed and exclaimed to Arlene, "They think I killed my family " Arlene held her breath, wondering what he might reveal. "Well, did you?"
Rush to Judgment by David Campbell Book Resume:
Violent Crimes detectives Charlie Dent and Reese Barrett arrive at a murder scene only to find a guy in a suit, bled out and dead on the floor of a shop. Imagine their surprise when they turn the body over and recognize Richard Carver, a burglary detective working out of the East Dallas station. Its not long before the entire police force is on the hunt for a cop killer. Nothing about the crime is clear. The shop owner is little help, since all he remembers is that the shooter was black. There was a mistake with 911 that possibly cost Carver his life, and now, Carvers former partner is out for blood. As police hysteria rises, a black man named Kindred James becomes the prime suspect but ends up shot by the authorities chasing him. James survives the firefight, and cops all over Texas seem convinced of his guilt. Charlie and Reese arent sure James is their killer, though. Black Lives Matter enters the forefront as the investigators are attacked from all sides. In order to prove the innocence of the young black man, they must sift through red herrings and misdirection from friends, authorities, and even the media before James ends up dead.
The Most Hated Man in America by Mark Pendergrast Book Resume:
Everyone knows the story of Jerry Sandusky, the serial pedophile, the Monster. But what if that story is wrong? What if the former Penn State football coach and founder of the Second Mile is an innocent man convicted in the midst of a moral panic fed by the sensationalistic media, police trawling, and memory-warping psychotherapy? The Most Hated Man in America reads like a true crime psychological thriller and is required reading for everyone from criminologists to sports fans. "If potential readers are convinced that Jerry Sandusky is guilty, they need to read The Most Hated Man in America. This meticulously researched, provocative, and wonderfully written book by Mark Pendergrast, an enormously important contributor to the repressed memory debate, will certainly make them see another side. Maybe they will think twice." -- Elizabeth Loftus, Distinguished Professor of Psychology & Social Behavior, University of California, Irvine, author, The Myth of Repressed Memory and other books. "The Most Hated Man in America tells a truly remarkable story. In all the media coverage the Sandusky case has received, it's amazing that no one else has noticed or written about so many of these things, including all the 'memories' that were retrieved through therapy and litigation. One would think that the sheer insanity of so much of this will have to eventually come out." --Richard A. Leo, Hamill Family Professor of Law and Psychology, University of San Francisco, author, Police Interrogation and American Justice and The Wrong Guys: Murder, False Confessions, and the Norfolk Four "Virtually everybody knows with certainty that Jerry Sandusky is a serial child molester. He was, after all, found guilty by a jury of his peers. But what if what we think we know about Sandusky is at least in some ways incorrect? Regardless of their ultimate conclusions, readers will find The Most Hated Man in America to be thoughtful and provocative, addressing questions that deserve to be asked in a just society." --Fred S. Berlin, M.D., Ph.D. Director, The Johns Hopkins Sexual Behavior Consultation Unit, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Plausible Denial by Mark Lane Book Resume:
The assassination of President Kennedy in 1963 continues to be shrouded in mystery and controversy. In Plausible Denial, Mark Lane, the author of Rush to Judgment, the provocative and bestselling critique of the Warren Commission, reveals startling evidence about the CIA’s involvement in a plot to murder the president. In 1978, when a small magazine ran a story by CIA renegade Victor Marchetti linking ex-CIA operative and convicted Watergate burglar E. Howard Hunt to the assassination, Hunt sued for defamation. Lane signed on as defense counsel for the publication, and set out to prove the truth of the allegations against Hunt and the CIA. Lane’s investigation uncovered a web of conspiracy that involved anti-Castro Cubans, Watergate conspirators, and public officials at the highest levels of the intelligence community. The forewoman of the jury, Leslie Armstrong, stated that “Mr. Lane was asking us to do something very difficult. He was asking us to believe that John Kennedy had been killed by our own government. Yet when we examined the evidence, we were compelled to conclude that the CIA had indeed killed President Kennedy.” Meticulously documented and compellingly written, this book makes public the contents of this curiously unpublicized trial, the only jury verdict directly related to the theory that the CIA was involved in the assassination.
Rush to Judgement by Irving Greenfield Book Resume:
After an explosion kills thirty sailors, brilliant Navy lawyer Clark Gamrick realizes he must defend his primary suspect--in a death penalty court martial where guilt is assumed and "justice" is swift--in order to stop the real killer. Original.
Undeniable Truths by Ed Souza Book Resume:
Since we forget the implications of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy at our peril I welcome and support the recent work of Ed Souza s Undeniable Truths....Welcome aboard Mr. Souza. Mark Lane- Author of Rush to Judgment To many, the murder of President John F. Kennedy was the defining tragedy of the twentieth century. To many, the intricate and pervasive veil of lies generated by the Warren Commission and some of our own government agencies is an egregious and continuing insult to our collective intelligence, integrity, and dignity. To many, there are more questions than plausible answers. But for one former LA cop, private investigator, and professor of criminal justice, the time has come to put forth the clear and plausible answers too many have craved for too long. In Undeniable Truths, Professor Ed Souza applies modern investigative techniques and theories to present the clear and simple facts surrounding this infamous murder. His approach exposes the lies, cover-ups, and misinformation involved in this case. He explores some of the murder s most enduring mysteries: Why was President Kennedy really murdered? Who really did and did not want Kennedy eliminated? Why and how was Oswald chosen as the scapegoat? Through the use of time tested police strategies, the author puts decades of professional research to the task of solving one of history s most enduring unsolved crimes. "