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    Innocent Victims: The True Story of the Eastburn Family Murders epub – Scott Whisnant Read Scott Whisnant á 3 review read & download Ö eBook or Kindle ePUB á Scott Whisnant It’s not often that I give 5 stars as I like to have some wiggle room for books that are a little under or over the 3 median well this book is just what I leave room for I don’t know if I’ve EVER been SO infuriated disgusted & plain saddened both for one side and for the other as I was while reading this bookLet me start by saying I DETEST unfairness nothing gets under my skin faster than seeing someone being tre

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    Innocent Victims: The True Story of the Eastburn Family Murders epub – Scott Whisnant Read Scott Whisnant á 3 review review Innocent Victims: The True Story of the Eastburn Family Murders This is an awesome book One of the better books I've read in awhile The writer doesn't bore you with what I call useless filler knowledge like other authors often do This book had me from page one I didn't want to stop reading although I was falling asleepI'm actually undecided on my opinion of the guilt or innocence of the convicted exonerated convicted What I am sure of is that the DNA ALL OF EVERY SAMPLE NE

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    read & download Ö eBook or Kindle ePUB á Scott Whisnant Scott Whisnant á 3 review review Innocent Victims: The True Story of the Eastburn Family Murders I read this book years ago when Hennis was acuitted It seemed pretty much cut and dried at the end A man who was found guilty on eye witness testimony and sentenced to death had been vindicated A wrong had been righted When I heard DNA had be

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    Scott Whisnant á 3 review read & download Ö eBook or Kindle ePUB á Scott Whisnant review Innocent Victims: The True Story of the Eastburn Family Murders As a True Crime book this one is a stunner So many twists and turns in this story and at each juncture I was gasping First whenever children are murdered it brings a whole new layer of hideous to the crime And the defendant seemed like such a stand up guy You want to believe he could not have possibly committed such an atrocious a

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    Innocent Victims: The True Story of the Eastburn Family Murders epub – Scott Whisnant Read I'm a huge true crime fan and read Innocent Victims when it was first published 20 years ago Despite Mr Whisnant's talent for writing

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Innocent Victims: The True Story of the Eastburn Family Murders review Á 3 read & download Ö eBook or Kindle ePUB á Scott Whisnant Scott Whisnant á 3 review The riveting true account of a grisly crime and the unprecedented three murder trials faced by Fort Bragg soldier Tim Hennis On Mothers Day 1985 the bodies of Kathryn Eastburn and her two young daughters were found in their Fayetteville North Carolina home Katie an air force captains wife had been raped and stabbed to death Kara and Erins throats had been slit Their toddler sister Jana was the only survivor of a bloody killing spree that terrified a community still reeling from the conviction six years prior of Dr Jeffrey MacDonald for the savage slayings of his pregnant wife and two daughters. It s not often that I give 5 stars as I like to have some wiggle room for books that are a little under or over the 3 median well this book is just what I leave room for I don t know if I ve EVER been SO infuriated disgusted plain saddened both for one side and for the other as I was while reading this bookLet me start by saying I DETEST unfairness nothing gets under my skin faster than seeing someone being treated with any less respect than the next guy and throughout this book it was a reoccurring theme I got SO angry reading this that I started highlighting writing notes on certain pieces of the book just to get my blood pressure down so I could keep readingI knew absolutely nothing about this crime the search for the killer the prosecution and subseuent prosecutions other than what was written for the book BlurbSynopsis and I kept it that way while reading the book I didn t look anything up until I d finished the book and boy by the time I d finished reading my blood pressure was ALL over the placeThe author is very careful not to put his pen too far on one side of this fence than the other but as the book progresses only an absolute idiot or the police and prosecutors in this case could possibly believe for an instant that this guy was the actual suspectThe arrest and first trial I was infuriated the work up to and the second trial is some of the best court trial work in print it was SO good it would make John Grisham proud to of penned it The 3rd trial disgust is the only thing I can feel I m not going to give too much away in case there are people who don t know and want to read it for themselves but let s just say I do NOT for a second believe it and what is included in this book about the labs and the police make me suspect very strongly that they would continue to keep going until they got their man no matter what it tookI m not on the fence on this I don t for a second believe Tim Hennis had a single thing to do with these murders I believe the police decided for whatever reason that he did and they would go to ANY lengths to prove their theory right In my opinion they ignored evidence they pressured witnesses they took testimony they knew to be false and held it up to a jury and said here is Proof he was their baby killer I also believe they lied hid evidence and manufactured evidence They had their man and they refused to let him goThe lives of the Hennis family were ripped apart just as much as the lives of the Eastburn family s were and the murders touched and left a stain on everyone involved in one way or another You d think that was bad enough right 2 family s destroyed a mother left raped slaughtered along with her 2 young children but what about the REAL killer The one the police seemingly refused to look for What s he been doing all of these years Roaming free able to do anything he can as no one sees him any than they d see a shadow of an invisible man on a dark foggy night

read & download Ö eBook or Kindle ePUB á Scott WhisnantInnocent Victims: The True Story of the Eastburn Family Murders

Innocent Victims: The True Story of the Eastburn Family Murders review Á 3 read & download Ö eBook or Kindle ePUB á Scott Whisnant Scott Whisnant á 3 review The Cumberland County Sheriffs Department soon focused its investigation on US Army soldier Tim Hennis Detectives and local prosecutors built their case on circumstantial evidence and a jury convicted Hennis and sentenced him to death But his defense team refused to give up Piece by piece they discredited the states case exposing false testimony concealed evidence and prosecutorial misconduct At a second trial Hennis was found not guilty and released from death row But an evenstunning turn of events was yet to come Twenty five years after the murders the North Carolina State Bureau of Investi. This is an awesome book One of the better books I ve read in awhile The writer doesn t bore you with what I call useless filler knowledge like other authors often do This book had me from page one I didn t want to stop reading although I was falling asleepI m actually undecided on my opinion of the guilt or innocence of the convicted exonerated convicted What I am sure of is that the DNA ALL OF EVERY SAMPLE NEEDS to be tested independently out of the state of North Carolina My heart sunk to my feet when I read how the interior vaginal swab came back as it did I won t give it away in case anyone doesn t know the storycase like I hadn t A big part of me still believes the lab was corrupt and VonStory was as well probably still is only worse I think that the samples given by the accused got swapped with the vaginal swabs or rubbed together I don t think that dirty lab with its dirty techs are above it I don t think VonStory or someone close to him that truly believed in him and his convictions about the accused that that person wouldn t be above some dirty play to make things go his waythinking they were helping put a baby killer away ya knowAnyway wrapping it up I like fed this book and I m getting ready to purchase another from this author because I think he just rocks at writing like that

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Innocent Victims: The True Story of the Eastburn Family Murders review Á 3 read & download Ö eBook or Kindle ePUB á Scott Whisnant Scott Whisnant á 3 review Gation tested a crucial piece of DNA evidence from the crime scene The shocking results led to an unprecedented third trial to determine Tim Henniss guilt or innocence From the initial discovery of the horrifying scene at 367 Summer Hill Road to the controversial change of jurisdiction that allowed Hennis to be prosecuted for an astonishing third time author Scott Whisnant chronicles every development in this intricate disturbing and still evolving case Has the mystery of who killed Katie Kara and Erin Eastburn been solved beyond a reasonable doubt Read Innocent Victims and decide for yourself. I read this book years ago when Hennis was acuitted It seemed pretty much cut and dried at the end A man who was found guilty on eye witness testimony and sentenced to death had been vindicated A wrong had been righted When I heard DNA had been matched to Hennis I was surprised and wanted to know so when I saw the book had been updated and re released I dove in I read from the beginning so I could read all the details offered again I had also heard news about problems in the SBI lab because I live in North Carolina but never put the two together because the news of the DNA findings and the problems at the lab were heard years apart I understand the importance of DNA results and had accepted that the killer had been found without doubt However if that is the case why does the military oppose the testing of hairs fingernail clippings combings and blood stained towels at the expense of the defense which should support the DNA Especially in view of the problems found in over 200 cases by the SBI lab they should be happy for any other evidence showing Hennis is the guilty party If the purpose of a trial is to find the truth which is what I ve read many times why not make sure this is the truth It won t cost the State and Hennis has no objection Unless it shows another specific suspect it doesn t jeopardize the State s case They ve already stated much of what was tested doesn t implicate Hennis My heart goes out to Gary Eastburn Jana Katie Erin and Kara who lost their family or their lives in this horrific crime They deserve justice The defense was allowed to retest the DNA match and didn t release their findings if the results showed the DNA was not their client s they would certainly announce it I feel 97% sure Hennis committed this brutal merciless crime against a helpless woman and her children I would still like to see the other evidence tested by an independent lab I also read Bloody Lies A CSI Scandal in the Heartland recently which adds to the slight doubt I have about how helpful people convinced of a person s guilt want to be in convicting him There s too much pressure to win for those involved the truth if it doesn t support their view of the case may be the last thing they really want to find I found it another fascinating look at the reality of how criminal justice is carried out

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  • Innocent Victims: The True Story of the Eastburn Family Murders
  • Scott Whisnant
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  • 10 January 2020
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