The Monfils Conspiracy: The Conviction of Six Innocent Men

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On November 21, 1992, Thomas Monfils, an employee at the James River paper mill in Green Bay, Wisconsin, disappeared. After an intensive search, his body was found the next evening, submerged in a pulp vat. The police called it murder. In 1995, six of Monfils' coworkers were wrongfully convicted of his death, the result of a preordained theory and a reckless prosecution. Highly detailed and meticulously researched, "The Monfils Conspiracy" reveals the true story of a botched case that landed six innocent men in prison. ...

The Monfils Conspiracy: The Conviction of Six Innocent Men 2009, iUniverse, Bloomington IN

ISBN-13: 9780595490967

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The Monfils Conspiracy: The Conviction of Six Innocent Men 2009, iUniverse, Bloomington IN

ISBN-13: 9780595484737

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