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Reasonable Doubt - Bizarre Tales of Death and Justice

by Wayne Howell

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This was a very interesting look at some of the cases that wind up before the courts. The excuses the courts are expected to swallow, and the verdicts that result, are truly amazing. Reasonable Doubt is not heavy reading. It is easy to follow and contains extracts from actual court transcripts. Well worth reading. ( )
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The killing of a human being is always extraordinary, but the killings and attempted killings in this book go way past that. They are heart-rending, blackly comic or just plain outlandish.

Did David Hookes really scare the living daylights out of a pub bouncer? Was Mick Gatto really shooting in self-defence? Can you shoot your wife while sleepwalking? How far do you have to be pushed before you point a sniper gun at your husband? Would you really be driven to murder if your wife and mother-in-law attacked you in your bed?

This is true crime at its most compelling.
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The killing of a human being is always extraordinary, but the killings and attempted killings in this book go way past that. They are heart-rending, blackly comic or just plain outlandish. Did David Hookes really scare the living daylights out of a pub bouncer? Was Mick Giatto Really shot in self-defence?… (more)

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