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Blind justice [electronic resource] : miscarriages of justice in twentieth-century Britain? / John J. Eddleston.

By: Eddleston, John J, 1952-.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Oxford ; Santa Barbara, Calif. : ABC-CLIO, c2000Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 445 p.) : ill.ISBN: 157607398X (electronic bk.); 9781576073988 (electronic bk.); 1280720069; 9781280720062.Subject(s): Judicial error -- Great Britain -- Cases | Judicial error -- Great Britain -- History -- 20th century | LAW -- Criminal Law -- General | Processen (rechtspraak) | Justizirrtum | Gro�britannien | Geschichte 1900-1990Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Blind justice.DDC classification: 345.41 Other classification: 15.70 | PW 9180 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Louisa Josephine Jemima Masset, 1900 -- Herbert John Bennett, 1901 -- John Harrison, 1901 -- Arthur Devereux, 1905 -- Richard Clifford Brinkley, 1907 -- John William Ellwood, 1908 -- Abel Atherton, 1909 -- John Alexander Dickman, 1910 -- Steinie Morrison, 1911 -- George Loake, 1911 -- Frederick Henry Seddon, 1912 -- Ernest Edwin Kelly, 1913 -- Thomas Clinton, 1917 -- William Thomas Hodgson, 1917 -- Henry Beckett (alias Perry), 1919 -- Edwin Sowerby, 1920 -- Edith Jessie Thompson, 1923 -- John Norman Holmes Thorne, 1925 -- Johannes Josephus Cornelius Mommers, 1926 -- Bertram Horace Kirby, 1928 -- Frederick Guy Browne, 1928 -- George Fratson, 1929 -- Henry Daniel Seymour, 1931 -- Peter Queen, 1932 -- George Alfred Rice, 1932 -- William Burtoft, 1933 -- David Maskill Blake, 1935 -- Charlotte Bryant, 1936 -- Robert William Hoolhouse, 1938 -- Joseph Myatt, 1939 -- David Miller Jennings, 1941 -- Howard Joseph Grossley, 1945.
Martin Patrick Coffey, 1946 -- Walter Graham Rowland, 1947 -- Sydney Archibald Frederick Chamberlain, 1949 -- Timothy John Evans, 1950 -- Patrick Turnage, 1950 -- Dennis Albert Reginald Moore, 1951 -- Mahmood Hussein Mattan, 1952 -- Derek William Bentley, 1953 -- Desmond Donald Hooper, 1954 -- Frank Stokes, 1958 -- James Hanratty, 1962 -- Colin Lattimore, Ronald Leighton and Ahmet Salih, 1972 -- Judith Minna Theresa Ward, 1974 -- The Guilford Four, 1975 -- The Birmingham Six, 1975 -- Stefan Ivan Kiszko, 1976 -- The Bridgewater Four, 1979 -- The Cardiff Three, 1990.
Summary: Crime writer Eddleston examines 50 murder cases in England, Scotland, and Wales in which the accused was either executed or sentenced to life imprisonment despite assertions that there was reasonable doubt about either the guilt or the sanity of the accused.
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Louisa Josephine Jemima Masset, 1900 -- Herbert John Bennett, 1901 -- John Harrison, 1901 -- Arthur Devereux, 1905 -- Richard Clifford Brinkley, 1907 -- John William Ellwood, 1908 -- Abel Atherton, 1909 -- John Alexander Dickman, 1910 -- Steinie Morrison, 1911 -- George Loake, 1911 -- Frederick Henry Seddon, 1912 -- Ernest Edwin Kelly, 1913 -- Thomas Clinton, 1917 -- William Thomas Hodgson, 1917 -- Henry Beckett (alias Perry), 1919 -- Edwin Sowerby, 1920 -- Edith Jessie Thompson, 1923 -- John Norman Holmes Thorne, 1925 -- Johannes Josephus Cornelius Mommers, 1926 -- Bertram Horace Kirby, 1928 -- Frederick Guy Browne, 1928 -- George Fratson, 1929 -- Henry Daniel Seymour, 1931 -- Peter Queen, 1932 -- George Alfred Rice, 1932 -- William Burtoft, 1933 -- David Maskill Blake, 1935 -- Charlotte Bryant, 1936 -- Robert William Hoolhouse, 1938 -- Joseph Myatt, 1939 -- David Miller Jennings, 1941 -- Howard Joseph Grossley, 1945.

Martin Patrick Coffey, 1946 -- Walter Graham Rowland, 1947 -- Sydney Archibald Frederick Chamberlain, 1949 -- Timothy John Evans, 1950 -- Patrick Turnage, 1950 -- Dennis Albert Reginald Moore, 1951 -- Mahmood Hussein Mattan, 1952 -- Derek William Bentley, 1953 -- Desmond Donald Hooper, 1954 -- Frank Stokes, 1958 -- James Hanratty, 1962 -- Colin Lattimore, Ronald Leighton and Ahmet Salih, 1972 -- Judith Minna Theresa Ward, 1974 -- The Guilford Four, 1975 -- The Birmingham Six, 1975 -- Stefan Ivan Kiszko, 1976 -- The Bridgewater Four, 1979 -- The Cardiff Three, 1990.

Crime writer Eddleston examines 50 murder cases in England, Scotland, and Wales in which the accused was either executed or sentenced to life imprisonment despite assertions that there was reasonable doubt about either the guilt or the sanity of the accused.

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