Final justice: the true story of the richest man ever tried for murder

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Dutton, Sep 8, 1993 - True Crime - 466 pages
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An account of the unpunished crime of Cullen Davis describes how the multimillionaire killed a twelve-year-old girl and then, through the strategies of his defense attorneys, was set free. 50,000 first printing. Major ad/promo. Lit Guild Alt.

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Multimillionaire Cullen Davis was not the richest man ever convicted of murder, having been acquitted in three sensational Texas trials of two Fort Worth murders in 1976. The authors of The Mormon ... Read full review

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