Drawn to Injustice

Drawn to Injustice

The Wrongful Conviction of Timothy Masters

Book - 2012
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Timothy Masters was a lonely, troubled teenager with a penchant for gory artwork when he first saw Peggy Lee Hettrick, her dead, mutilated body nearly frozen in the early morning of Fort Collins, Colorado. Not believing it could really be a dead body, thinking he was the victim of yet another prank by his abusive classmates, the fifteen-year-old didn't go to the police, but they came to him. So began a decade-long investigation led by a relentless detective who was sure that Masters was the killer, even without a shred of physical evidence. Against all reason, a conspiracy of silence and circumstantial evidence eventually put Masters behind bars. Only the determination of a lone investigator who believed the young man was innocent would reveal the shocking truth, and free Masters after ten years in prison. This is the compelling true story of one life ended in blood and murder, one life ruined by coincidence and prejudice, and justice long denied but finally found.--Publisher's description.
Publisher: New York : Berkley Books, 2012
ISBN: 9780425247921
Characteristics: x, 436, [8] p. of plates : ill., ports. ; 18 cm
Additional Contributors: Lehto, Steve

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