Johnny Nine: Capano Juror

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Xlibris Corporation, Nov 27, 2000 - Law - 380 pages

Youve read the reporters story, the mystery writers story and the investigative reporters read the story told from the point of view of a juror in the Tom Capano murder trial. What is the day to day life of a juror in a high profile murder case? The parade of witnesses, who is believable and who is not? The evidence, the sometimes bizzare testimony, and the tedious. This book talks about all of these issues, sometimes with curiousity, astoundment, horror and even, sometimes, amusement. Every element that makes up humanity comes through in this trial, and in the pages of this book.


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Johnathan M. Carter is a poor man’s Erasmus, or, a white trash Voltaire, if you will. A trailer park renaissance man spanning the late twentieth and early twenty first centuries, Carter has published a true crime novel, a religious satire novel, photographed the hottest women of the adult entertainment industry, designed hot mix paving for state roads in both Delaware and Pennsylvania (as a certified member of NECEPT 2000 through 2004) and for over thirty years has studied the King James Bible, first as a die hard adherent to the inerrancy of the KJV, then as a amateur researcher, examining the Bible through the eyes of Isaac Asimov, in “Asimov’s Guide to the Bible,” (Avenel 1981, the two volumes in one edition) and many other tomes, referred to in the bibliography, through “Misquoting Jesus,” by Bart D. Ehrman (Harper San Francisco 2005). Carter remains in hiding, somewhere in the first state, following his controversial religious satire novel, “Strongs in the Lord,” where he continues to write and publish subversive literature.

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