A State of Injustice

By: Moles, Robert N

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South Melbourne: Lothian Book Publishing Co. Pty. Ltd., 2004. 400 g; XXIV, 296 pages, last page blank, includes glossary, endnotes, index. Colour illustrated paperback binding. This book was a review copy. Its condition reflects that. Drawing upon painstaking research and insightful analysis, this book examines various cases where forensic investigations were later found to be flawed. All of the cases occurred in South Australia, and raised doubts about the involvement of the former Chief of Forensic Pathology. The author questions whether innocent people have been wrongly imprisoned, and guilty parties literally gotten away with murder.. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket as Issued. Trade Paperback. True Crime -- legal System.

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