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Details of Likely To Die By Linda Fairstein Book

  • Book Name: Likely To Die 
  • Authors: Linda Fairstein
  • Pages: 391
  • Genre: Fiction, Mystery, Thriller, Legal Story
  • Publish Date: 1997
  • Language: English

Book Review: 

Likely To Die By Linda Fairstein you know her reputation precedes herself you know and I say that not in a good way you know you know when you look at the details and the data of this case back in 1989 they had a photograph that photograph was given and placed and also in the documentary 

the Central Park five by Ken Burns in that photograph you see a single drag line how could there be a gang rape if you have this single drag line and even even the the the false narratives that became so-called known as confessions right these false confessions nothing matches anything that anybody 

was saying oh she had neon blinking shorts or she was over here she was over there this is how it happened and then you get to the real perpetrator 13 years later and he tells the truth about what happened not only does

he tell it but he is verified by forensic scientists and he goes on to solve for unsolved people on South cases and that's the I think that part is important because they didn't want to listen to him yeah tell the truth about the Central Park jogger case first and so he had to tell them about all of these cold cases 

that he had been involved in yeah the bring his credibility up yeah have you ever met any other people that accused her of doing them the same way have you talked to anyone like that no I haven't I haven't even this 

I mean now there's a um you know you got Tameka Mallory up and up in Harlem and they're doing this extensive research and they're finding cases yes that she fumbled him and so all this stuff is new to us you know so we I haven't had a chance to speak to anybody in particular 


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