This Is Justice?: The Tragic Death of A K-9 Officer (and Other Interesting Stories)
The tragic death of a police officer. A potential conspiracy involving dangerous narcotics. A body mysteriously surfacing in a river. The deadly effects of domestic violence. These are just a few of the things Robert Carson has seen during his years as a member of the Scott County Sherriff's department's K-9 unit. From a group of detectives sued by the family of a fallen officer to an abusive father taking his own life, the cases that Robert Carson was involved in were never ordinary. In investigating these and various other crimes Robert became privy to the shortcomings of the justice system, as well as just how far human depravity can go. In an effort to set the record straight and defend the honor of honest men, Robert examines the side of law enforcement they don't show on televisiona " the true, grisly reality of crime scenes and trials. Through factual evidence and personal experience Robert incites readers to truly ask, Is This Justice? Robert (Robby) L. Carson Jr. was born in Tennessee but has spent his life on assignments all over the world, from Germany to Thailand. He spent twelve years each in the military and on the police force. These experiences inspired him to write This is Justice?. He now lives in Oneida, Tennessee."
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The Initial Investigation
The Alleged Conspiracy
The Charles HarveyArmando Loredo Homicide
The Jerry Lee Laxton Double Homicide and suicide
The Scene of the Tragedy
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