Jan 17, 12
Read from January 04 to 15, 2012
Very good book. Incredibly interesting to see the story and the case from the point of view of the defense lawyer. Gacy confessed to every single one of his 33 gruesome murders even before the trial began and everyone knew he was nuts. The objective of the defense was to persuade everyone that he was legally insane at the time of the murders. In the end, he was determined to be legally responsible for his actions (and very rightfully so, in my opinion). Nonetheless, it was very interesting to hear about the defense team's thoughts as they go through the process of defending such a monster of a human being.