Redrum The Innocent: From Wrongful Conviction to Stunning

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  1. Linda Tuplin Linda Tuplin says:

    Wow All 630 pages left me spellbound What a revealing look at the workings of the Canadian justice system I am familiar with the landscape of this case, having lived a few miles away with a daughter a year or so younger at the time this happened I wonder, if it had been my daughter, if I would have so quickly embraced the first suspect named, whether it made rational sense or not, just to have a target for my rage All objectivity gets lost by all involved So easy to see how an innocent per Wow All 630 pages left me spellbound What a revealing look at the workings of the Canadian justice system I am familiar with the landscape of this case, having lived a few miles away with a daughter a year or so younger at the time this happened I wonder, if it had been my daughter, if I would have so quickly embraced the first suspect named, whether it made rational sense or not, just to have a target for my rage All objectivity gets lost by all involved So easy to see how an innocent person becomes tangled and ruined Scary stuff, justice Sometimes it seems synonymous with revenge


  2. Shannon Shannon says:

    The true story of the murder of little Christine Jessop and the many many blunders made by the police and others during the trials After reading this, because it was the older addition had to go online, to find out the latest news Hard to believe so many blunders and the whole surrounding this awful case.


  3. Monique Monique says:

    Firstly, this book is not the story of Christine Jessop, of her family, or really even of her murder This story is about the monumental failures of the police, the legal system, and the judiciary in regards to her murder Most of what I have read isabout Guy Paul Morin than anyone else, since he is the one who was accused of her murder Some further thoughts It appears that what started asin over their heads for the police became an at least silent conspiracy by the end They n Firstly, this book is not the story of Christine Jessop, of her family, or really even of her murder This story is about the monumental failures of the police, the legal system, and the judiciary in regards to her murder Most of what I have read isabout Guy Paul Morin than anyone else, since he is the one who was accused of her murder Some further thoughts It appears that what started asin over their heads for the police became an at least silent conspiracy by the end They needed to be right I think, for me, this is the one overriding thought so far As an American, the ability of the prosecution to appeal an acquittal is new to me and I had to work through some of that before I could start reading about the second trial It s not that I don t or can t understand how it happens It is a very powerful need to make sense of and find the culprit of so heinous a crime it s visceral Today, the first responders would also get counseling to help them.Further thoughts center on the victims of this case Christine and Guy Paul are obvious victims her since she is the one murdered, Guy Paul because he was falsely accused and convicted But Ken Jessop is also a victim, both as a young child and later after Christine was murdered, he was as were the rest of the Jessops a victim of the police and prosecutors who wanted testimony changed and worked so hard to for a conviction The entire Jessop family were victims, as much victims of the original crime as Christine was The Morins were victims too victims of a legal system go haywire I know how the story ends, of course Guy Paul Morin was finally exonerated on DNA evidence But my heart goes out to everyone in this case, and especially the Jessops and Morins both have my deepest sympathy The book itself is meticulously and tirelessly searching for clues and facts and tells and really anything to figure it all out It s almost as if the author were trying to solve the case himself, just with the information he could get Ultimately, the crime scene, the memories of the families and townspeople, the court transcripts will not be enough for that Someone out there did this, whether they live today or have since passed on.This case and its aftermath changed the way ordinary citizens saw their neighbors and friends, the judicial legal system, and themselves


  4. Scott Harris Scott Harris says:

    Unlike other readers, I found this Arthur Ellis Award winning true crime tale a tiresome read which adds many tangents to an already complex tale Makin s research was unquestionably extensive His knowledge of the characters was in depth and his ability to ensure that the book does not land easily to a single conclusions Having read the 1992 first edition, the merits of the book though are made evident in the historical outcome in that Morin was exonerated in 1995.The many players in the parti Unlike other readers, I found this Arthur Ellis Award winning true crime tale a tiresome read which adds many tangents to an already complex tale Makin s research was unquestionably extensive His knowledge of the characters was in depth and his ability to ensure that the book does not land easily to a single conclusions Having read the 1992 first edition, the merits of the book though are made evident in the historical outcome in that Morin was exonerated in 1995.The many players in the particular tragic series of events are strange and there were so many plausible potential killers that it remains a mystery who actually killed Christine Jessop It is her death that gets lost somewhere amid the drama of police, courts and forensic experts She becomes less and less present throughout the book, which is itself a tragedy.Morin who too suffered unnecessarily as he and his family weathered this unalterable decades long battle At the end of the drama, he remains as he began, a somewhat odd but evidently wrongly convicted person caught in the narrowing of vision that happens in the wake of some crimes.For patient readers, though, this book is the telling of an important Canadian criminal justice story


  5. Phil Phil says:

    Such a thoroughly researched book Stunning story with new twists and turns At 800 pages paperback , it s different from the type of book that keeps you on the edge of your chair In depth look at how police prosecutor and defense teams operated Easy to see why many people have been wrongly convicted.


  6. Cathy Fitzgerald Cathy Fitzgerald says:

    Interesting and suspenseful I loved loved this book


  7. Deborah Deborah says:

    An outstanding read, highly recommended for anyone who doesn t believe a Making a Murderer scenario could occur in Canada.


  8. Huguette Larochelle Huguette Larochelle says:

    really like the book, very detail of the trial.Very easy to read , a true story,


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