Selective Prosecution of Religiously Motivated Offenders in America: Scrutinizing the Myth of Neutrality

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Edwin Mellen Press, Jan 1, 1989 - Law - 142 pages
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This study comprises an argument on religious considerations in the US federal government's decision to prosecute, with original primary statistics obtained through personal interviews and correspondence. Topics covered include: the Sanctuary Movement; the tax evasion trial of Rev Moon; and the abortion-clinic bombers.

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Background and Statement of Hypotheses
The Reverend Moons Trial for Tax Evasion
The AbortionClinic Bombers

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