The Skeptical Juror
A life-changing jury duty experience prompted The Skeptical Juror to write a series of books to educate others about the jury process and the role of the juror in our justice system. Based on true trials, each book explores how prosecution and defense manipulate the jury, how the process deliberately obscures the information crucial for reasoned decision, and what facts come to light after the real jury decision. In the course of research for the first book, The Skeptical Juror and the Trial of Byron Case, TSJ discovered evidence that the defendant, convicted of murder and sentenced to life without parole, is innocent. The blog is now focused on proofs of how many people who are innocent are convicted, and how many are executed. The books are genre-busting, combining true crime, dramatized jury deliberations, and forensics research to prove The Skeptical Juror's contentions about the verdict that should have been rendered in each trial.
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Shore: The Possible Unacknowledged Victims
In this series, I am considering the possible unacknowledged victims of Anthony Allen Shore. I am limiting the discussion to attacks prior to 16 January 1999 when Shore raped Amy Lynch and nearly strangled her to death. Since Shore tended to attack youn...21 weeks ago
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