Honor Killing: Race, Rape, and Clarence Darrow's Spectacular Last Case


In 1951 an aristocrat accused five nonwhite men of gang rape. When the trial ended in a hung jury, her mother arranged for one of the suspects to be murdered. The ensuing trial, Clarence Darrow's last, exposed the shocking realities of a Hawaiian "paradise."

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