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In 1998, if someone had told me I would be spending the next eight years of my life involved in injustice, I would have said "You are stark raving mad!". Well, I am here to eat those words.

In 1997, a friend was telling me about twin sisters, Betty Wilson and Peggy Lowe, from Alabama who were arrested and tried for supposedly hiring an alcoholic, drug addict con-man, James Dennison White, to kill Betty's wealthy husband, Dr. Jack Wilson, who was a very well-liked and well-known eye doctor in Huntsville. Both sisters were tried on the same evidence and lying testimony. Betty was convicted and sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole because she was a rich bitch and slept with a black man in Alabama. Peggy, the saintly one, was acquitted. The convicted con-man, who never really admitted to killing the doctor, has come up for parole several times but is still incarcerated.

After spending six years studying this case including both trial transcripts, putting up an extensive website (http://hankford.com/bettywilson) and spending the remaining two years putting together a book about this case Killer For Hire - The Final Chapter of the Alabama Twins Murder Case, I, as many others, believe that the real killer of the doctor is walking around free. Neither of the twin sisters had a motive to have the good doctor put away but the doctor's ex-wife and son did.

As time permits, I hope to present other similar cases of injustice along with information on books, movies, TV shows, video games, etc., related to mystery crime. In the meantime please visit http://mysterycrimescene.com/.












A STARK LOOK AT THE DEATH PENALTY

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

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Pauline Rowson on choosing locations for crime novels

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DI Andy Horton crime series and thrillers by Pauline Rowson

Friday, November 22, 2013

DI Andy Horton crime series and thrillers by Pauline Rowson
The marine mystery crime novels featuring the flawed and rugged DI Andy Horton and thrillers by Pauline Rowson set against the backdrop of the sea in Portsmo... Video Rating: 0 / 5

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Pauline Rowson, the author of the DI Andy Horton series of police procedural mystery crime novels set in Portsmouth and the Solent area of England, and of fa... Video Rating: 0 / 5

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Video Games and Storytelling

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Malcolm Noble Talks About Crime Fiction Classics 7

Malcolm Noble discusses about Have His Carcase by Dorothy L Sayers as part of his series of weekly talks. Video Rating: 5 / 5

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Mystery.Thriller:The Reincarnation Of Peter Proud.1975.Full Movie

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Paralegal Superstars

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

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15 Most Outrageous Bank Robberies of All Time

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

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Clever thieves find all kinds of ways to get their hands on bank reserves, donning outrageous disguises and crafting elaborate strategies. Throughout history, particularly brazen criminals have logged spectacular thieving efforts across the globe. Success rates vary, but crime generally does not pay. Public interest in robberies is directly related to the entertainment value provided by the crooks. Interesting approaches, high paydays, and outright successes are embraced by observers, who root for creative criminals that beat the system. Robin Hood effect aside, robbing banks is hard work – just ask the would-be gangsters on our list of outrageous bank robberies. Continued….
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