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The Nicholas Cases: Casualties of Justice

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A shaming, revelatory exposé... Bob Woffinden has been investigating miscarriages of justice for more than thirty years and knows that, if anything, the situation has become worse... Even when describing the most outrageous injustice, his prose is clear and calm. This book deserves the widest possible readership. --David Rose, Mail on Sunday
Published May 2nd 2016
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May 04, 2020 rated it did not like it
One of the chapters is about my uncle!!!! This a disrespectful and disgusting to find that Bob! Has not spoke to my family or even knows my uncle! You can tell he has spoken to the woman who killed my uncle!!!!!!

Wish this book would disappear. It is a load of bull
May 15, 2017 rated it really liked it
Very interesting read. This book walks through 10 cases where the author has done extensive research and has come to the conclusion that a miscarriage of justice has occurred. Every case is presented from the crown prosecution service's perspective first, and then the author shoots down most if not all of the evidence against the defendant one by one. The author succeeds in convincing the reader in some cases that a miscarriage has occurred and in other cases it is a bit difficult to agree with ...more
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The book confirms much of mine own discoveries and I find it absolutely horrifying. From an emotional perspective very emotional and hard to read. The sense of helplessness against our own human nature. It is clear that , in general people are totally incapable of thinking clearly for themselves. No wonder advertising is so effective. So basically all those in courts are incapable of been objective, impartial and reasonable. The judge, police, crown prosecution service (
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