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Ruthless Acts: The Utah Murders

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World War II was over when a soldier gazed down at Camp Salina from atop a machine-gun tower. Moments later, he fired into the tents of 250 German POWs. Nine prisoners were murdered, twenty were wounded. In 1925, Robert Marshall, a black man, was snatched from the Carbon County jail. A mob hanged himamore than onceafrom a tree limb. Some 800 men, women and children viewed ...more
Paperback, 244 pages
Published September 17th 2007 by America Star Books
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The late W. Lane Rogers was an award-winning historian, a columnist for the Phoenix newspaper, and the author of several books, including California Snatch Racket, Crimes & Misdeeds: Headlines from Arizona's Past and Ruthless Acts: The Utah Murders. He lived in Benson, Arizona.
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