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very well read.
a little long toward the end, but still: very powerful, factual and what can you say, i am not sure one could believe in the death penalty after reading examples like this. makes you wonder about the whole system. hope this is rare.
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This crime took place in my hometown. I went to school with Edward Lee Elmore. He was as quiet and meek as the book portrays him. This shows how the justice system works for the poor, blacks and uneducated. Why the law enforcement planting evidence didn't go to jail is beyond me. I'm sorry that I ever knew any of them and called them friends. But it is a great book.
Would you try another book written by Raymond Bonner or narrated by Mark Bramhall?
Book kept referring to other trials, etc and felt more like a training book for law students.
What was most disappointing about Raymond Bonner’s story?
Did not stay on track and one needed to re listen to understand which trial was being discussed.
Did the narration match the pace of the story?
Did Anatomy of Injustice inspire you to do anything?
To follow up on the story on google after the end of the book.