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This author wants things both ways. One example, Casey pretended to go to work for two years taking Caylee to a pretend nanny keeping Caylee safe from possible molestation by Caylee's grandfather. Yet on the day Caylee was murdered Casey was on the computer leaving Caylee to be looked after by her (possible molesting) grandfather?!? Huh? So many incidents like this in the novel, frustrating to listen to these and the constant conspiracy theories. More to this story but this novel is much too biased. Would not recommend this one.
17 of 20 people found this review helpful
Having just read 'Imperfect Justice' by one of the prosecuting team, Jeff Ashton, I just HAD to read something from the defense team. Have to say that this was so interesting. I think that in order to enjoy the content you have to try not to have a stroke in the process at the total injustice and try to listen how on earth a young woman literally got away with murder.
This book is filled with a lot of passive aggressive statements as it is more than obvious that the author has a huge inferiority complex and a badly hidden agenda. He had something to prove and THAT was why he put everything on the line in order to win. I do not think that even for one minute that he believed that his client was innocent.
Even with this in mind I thoroughly enjoyed this book. A really interesting read.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
brilliantly read and gave me a new found respect for defense lawyers.I highly recommend this audiobook as it was well worth the money and time
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
I loved that this got a chance to be told. Shame on the media who always scandalise things and tell untruths.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful