Blood Relations: Jeremy Bamber and the White House Farm Murders - Richard Wilkes Reviews
Description:Author: Richard Wilkes / Genre: Crime / Thriller / An in-depth look at the crimes which Jeremy Bamber was accused of committing.
Newest Review: ... own sanity, they erased them from memory. Or, of course, it could be that they actually ARE innocent, in which case there are ... more
Customer Blood Relations: Jeremy Bamber and the White House Farm Murders - Richard Wilkes Reviews (2)
by - written on 24/04/01, updated on 24/04/01 (Very useful, 631 readings)
There is one thing which has always puzzled me ever since I became involved in the study of violent crime. Something which I've wondered about time and time again,particularly in recent years when advances in Forensic techniques have made guilt and innocence so much easier to prove. That one thing? Why do people continue to protest their innocence? Think about it for a moment.When performed correctly, forensic tests can condemn the guilty or absolve the innocent with almost 100% accuracy. Most criminals nowadays posess what is known as "forensic awareness". Thanks to the popularity of such films as "Silence of the Lambs" or T.V. series ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/03/01, updated on 16/03/01 (Very useful, 464 readings)
Much of the media hype surrounding the American eventual trial and subsequent conviction of serial killer Ted Bundy, focused upon what a typical all-American good-looking guy he was. It was found to be of great public interest that he was a Republican Party supporter and what a lovely man he was when he was with his various girlfriends. If anything, the fact that he was a serial killer took second place in the newspapers both of the time and in the years following his trial and execution, Few if any of the many subsequent books written about him failed to mention that he had an attractive, attentive and respectful personality when in company. ... Read the complete review
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