Guilty until proven innocent

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Putnam, 1977 - Law - 377 pages
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Recounts the incredible ordeal of eighteen-year-old Peter Reilly, coerced by Connecticut state police into confessing to the murder of his mother and exonerated three years later through the efforts of outraged friends and neighbors

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Review: Guilty Until Proven Innocent

User Review  - CJ Sullivan - Goodreads

A very interesting look into "lie detectors" and how they don't work - as well as how manipulative police can be in getting suspects to "admit" their guilt. I was, however, quite disappointed that nobody was rightly tried and convicted of this crime. Whoever did it totally got away with it... Read full review

Review: Guilty Until Proven Innocent

User Review  - Carrie Sullivan - Goodreads

A very interesting look into "lie detectors" and how they don't work - as well as how manipulative police can be in getting suspects to "admit" their guilt. I was, however, quite disappointed that nobody was rightly tried and convicted of this crime. Whoever did it totally got away with it... Read full review

Contents

Murder
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September 28 1973
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Investigation
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Copyright

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