Mockery Of Justice by Cynthia L. Cooper
The True Story of the Sheppard Murder Case

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Although Dr. Sam Sheppard's conviction for the infamous and brutal 1954 murder of his wife Marilyn was overturned in the 1960s, the real killer has never been identified. In Mockery of Justice, his son Sam Reese Sheppard and attorney Cynthia L. Cooper reinvestigate the crime. Drawing on recently recovered documents, Sheppard family papers, and interviews with new witnesses and suspects, they offer convincing evidence pointing to the real murderer, evidence that has persuaded the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor to reopen the investigation into the case.
 

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Published September 19, 1995 by Northeastern. 464 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Political & Social Sciences, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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A call to reopen the 40-year-old Sheppard murder case, as heavy and relentless as a killer's weapon.

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In 1954, Marilyn Reese Sheppard, wife of a well-to-do osteopath in Bay Village, Ohio, a Cleveland suburb, was murdered in her bed.

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A revisitation of the case that inspired The Fugitive, by the son of the acquitted suspect.

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