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Master Detective June 1995
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Recently published figures have revealed that last year in Britain crime overall was down on the previous year. But violent crime, which makes up only a fraction of overall crime statistics, has gone up, and it is violent crime which people most fear.
If you were a juror in a murder case and were shown photographs of the horrific injuries sustained by the victim wouldn’t you want to convict? Especially if the defendant came up with the lame excuse that he had no recollection of what he had done because he had been blind drunk? But if you knew that the defendant’s confession had been made after seven hours in custody, without a solicitor, and was the only evidence against him, might you not begin to see the matter in a different light? Particularly if his life was at stake? Before the jurors on the George Riley case retired, the judge told them to take the photographs of the victim’s mutilated face with them – but did they have any bearing on the guilt or otherwise of the man? Or was the judge simply trying to get the juror’s blood up? You tell us if there was a miscarriage of justice in this case.
DID WE HANG AN INNOCENT MAN?
THE ALMOST PERFECT MURDER
Somerset Inn Murder
THE LANDLADY’S KISS OF DEATH
LET’S CUT OUT ALL THIS NONSENSE THAT CAPITAL PUNISHMENT IS GOOD
They Dreamed Murder: A Fascinating Series
Part 2 In Our Series Great Poison Mysteries:
FALMOUTH’S DEADLY TEA-PARTY
THE ACID TEST FOR ARSENIC
KILLER WITH A DEATH WISH
JUSTICE AT LAST
IS THE MESSAGE GETTING THROUGH?
CAR BOMB OUTRAGE
SAMUEL ELKINS: BOURNEMOUTH’S FIRST MURDERER
ELLEN FELL VICTIM TO THE PERVERT AND A BUNDLE OF HATE!