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Davidson (Irwin D.) & Gehman (Richard)

Published by PeterDavies. (1959)

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From: Loretta Lay Books (London, United Kingdom)

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About this Item: PeterDavies., 1959. Hardcover / Hardback. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. First edition. Hardback, 1st UK edn. The inside narrative of one of history's most dramatic trials as revealed for the first time by the presiding judge. When Michael Farmer, a 15-yr. old polio victim was stabbed, beaten and kicked to death at a public swimming pool, the crime set in motion what proved to be at the time, the longest and possibly the most dramatic trial in the history of New York State. Of the 18 youths who "jumped" Farmer and his friend, only 7 were old enough to stand trial for common law murder in the first degree, with a mandatory death penalty if found guilty. Illus. 303pp. 8vo. h/back. From the library of crime historian, Jonathan Goodman, with his personal label to ffep. Browned edges and eps, o/w Vg. in Vg. sunned dw. Seller Inventory # 1350

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