Perversions of Justice - True

Includes only non-fiction books that detail when justice is derailed for some reason.

Please try to keep this list to books that talk about true legal or governmental perversions of justice. It will be more interesting to not include spiritual injustices or personal crusades on this list but to make new lists for them elsewhere.

For instance, though it may be deplorable, stories of species-extinction are not the kind of injustices we would like to see on this list unless they are the result of some nefarious or illegal activities perpetrated by people in powerful positions.

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10 books · 10 voters · list created September 11th, 2011 by deleted user.
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message 1: by aswang7890 (new)

aswang7890 I added Jonathan Harr's "A Civil Action" because it's a legal non-fiction book, and I felt the justice system didn't get this one right. Please delete if you feel it shouldn't be on the list. I enjoyed it a lot, though. Thanks -> Ebolaz


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