Unequal verdicts: the Central Park jogger trials
An examination of one of the biggest rape cases in decades reconstructs the attack on the Central Park jogger; presents interviews with gang members, police, witnesses, and other victims; and discusses the trial. 25,000 first printing.
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Now Rosario told the jury that, later that morning, Reynolds and he, and two
detectives from the Sex Crimes Unit, had gone to Antron McCray's apartment.
McCray, who was not among the boys arrested the previous evening, had been ...
When the tape stopped several jurors took long looks at McCray, who had turned
his head from the television set and was staring at a wall behind the bench.
Nothing on the videotape gave any indication that the statement had been
Joseph, however, was smarter than his co-counsel. He had not expected
Galligan to suppress the videotapes anyway, so he had called no witnesses at
the hearings. Now Lederer, like the jurors, was about to see McCray's parents
testify for ...
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UNEQUAL VERDICTS: The Central Park Jogger TrialsUser Review - Kirkus
Sullivan (news editor of the Courtroom Television Network) analyzes the Central Park Jogger trials in grim and fast-paced fashion. The April 21, 1989, assault on the anonymous woman known only as the ... Read full review
Unequal verdicts: the Central Park jogger trialsUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Sullivan's lively style gives immediacy again to the Central Park jogger case--not surprisingly, as he is news editor of Court TV and a former editor of Manhattan Lawyer . He covers the arrest through ... Read full review