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Chasing Justice: Twenty Two Years on Death Row for a Crime I Didn't Commit Paperback – 24 May 2007
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In 1977, when Kerry Max Cook was just 21 years old, he was tried, convicted and sentenced to death for the rape and murder of a young woman he had met casually at a pool a few days before her death. He spent 22 years in prison, most of that time on death row. "Chasing Justice" is nothing less than a raw condemnation of the American criminal justice system and capital punishment by a person who has experienced the worst effects of its corruption. It is sure to spark debate on this controversial topic and garner enormous media attention. This is also a story of triumph over adversity and a survival tale: almost 1,000 people were executed in the time Cook spent on death row.
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It was very sad and distressing at times but anyone who is interesting in true crime/death penalty/american justice system should definitely read this book.
It's captivating, interesting and frightening all at the same time.
You must buy this book just to believe the miscarriage of justice that still goes on just to save face.
You will not be disapointed.