RATTEN, The Web of Circumstance, How an Innocent Man was Found Guilty of Murder,

By: Tom Molomby

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RATTEN, The Web of Circumstance, How an Innocent Man was Found Guilty of Murder, by Tom Molomby
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Outback Press, publishers, Collingwood, Melbourne - ISBN:0868880620, 1978. paperback, 4½" x 7. Inside covers beginning to go brown. SIGNED book in VERY GOOD condition. Inscription SIGNED BY TOM MOLOMBY on Title Page. Eleven b&w photographs. Leith Ratten was convicted by a jury of his peers for the murder of his 8½ months pregnant wife, Beverley, in May 1970. Many people believe he was innocent. There was never any doubt that Ratten was there, and that he was holding the gun when it went off. This book analyses the case and argues that the evidence proves him innocent.

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