Violation: Justice, Race and Serial Murder in the Deep South

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A gripping expose of an appalling miscarriage of justice that unpicks a city's bloodstained history of racism. Over eight terrifying months in the 1970s, seven elderly women were raped and murdered in Columbus, Georgia, a city of 200,000 people whose history and conservative values are typical of America's Deep South. The victims, who were strangled in their beds with their own stockings, were affluent and white, while the police believed from an early stage that the killer was black. In 1986, eight years after the last ...

Violation: Justice, Race and Serial Murder in the Deep South 2008, HarperPerennial, London

ISBN-13: 9780007118113

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Violation: Justice, Race and Serial Murder in the Deep South 2007, HarperPress, London

ISBN-13: 9780007118106

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