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by William Hoffman,Lake Headley

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ISBN:
0805011382
Author:
William Hoffman,Lake Headley
Category:
True Crime
Language:
English
Publisher:
Henry Holt & Co; 1st edition (August 1, 1990)
Pages:
272 pages
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1372 kb
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1246 kb
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1323 kb
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Rating:
4.2
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336


Loud and Clear is brilliant in its depth and overwhelming evidence against the state of Arizona. Neatly woven into the story is the incredible price paid by the investigator. Unfortunately, it takes heroes, like Headley, to help justice, ultimately, prevail.

Loud and Clear is brilliant in its depth and overwhelming evidence against the state of Arizona. 5 people found this helpful.

Lake Headley was born in Indiana. 1990 Loud and Clear, with William Hoffman. 1989 The Court-Martial of Clayton Lonetree, with William Hoffman. He attended Goshen High School in Indiana. In a book he co-wrote with freelance writer, William Hoffman, Vegas . The Life and Times of America's Greatest Detective, he presented well-documented evidence that Donald DeFreeze, was a police informant and an agent provocateur  .

by Lake Headley, William Hoffman, William Kunstler. ISBN 9780805008937 (978-0-8050-0893-7) Hardcover, Henry Holt & Co, 1989. Coauthors & Alternates. Lake Headley With William Hoffman.

by Lake Headley and William Hoffman. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780805011388.

William Hoffman, Lake Headley. Pinnacle Books, 1 февр. Kevin Hoffman has always loved compu ters and computer programming. He first got hooked when he received a Commodore VIC-20 from his grandfather, who had repaired it after finding it in the trash

William Hoffman, Lake Headley. He first got hooked when he received a Commodore VIC-20 from his grandfather, who had repaired it after finding it in the trash. In the yearbook for 1948, at around age 16, he stated in that he wished to be a lawyer. The Life and Times of America's Greatest Detective, he presented well-documented evidence that Donald DeFreeze, was a police informant and an agent provocateur

A Donald Hutter book.

Private investigator Headly and veteran writer Hoffman (By Land, By Sea, 1988, et., coauthors of The Court-Martial of Clayton Lonetree (1989), collaborate again with this fitfully compelling but excessively subjective version of Headley's uncovering of a flubbed prosecution that put the wrong man on Arizona's death row. Max Dunlap and James Robison were convicted of the sensational 1976 car-bombing murder of investigative reporter Don Bolles, a decision that the Arizona Supreme Court overturned in 1980.

A private investigator reveals how he amassed enough evidence to force the Arizona state supreme court to reverse the state's verdict against two innocent men wrongly convicted of murdering investigative reporter Don Bolles
  • Steelraven
As a Phoenix resident when the Don Bolles bombing occurred I was interested in this subject. Reading this book is a chilling view of the way organized crime can permeate the workings of a major city, a county with millions of residents, and an entire state. I was constantly shocked as the news reports at the time explained how a local attorney was obviously central to the bombing but was granted immunity, how Phoenix police entered a stairwell with a witness and exited the stairwell without him, denying they ever had the witness with them.... This book makes it clear how the corruption - a web of favors owed by all elected and appointed officials combined with threats of exposure and harm - worked its malevolent wrath on anybody but the guilty.

I am not a fan of conspiracy theories, but the picture painted in this book fits perfectly with the bizarre story the public got during the police investigation. Everybody knew it was a mob hit, and no mobster was ever indicted or tried for it.
  • Lyrtois
I'm not one to sit and read books that much, but this book was so good, I found myself waking up in the middle of the night because I had to see what happened next. One great chapter after another!!
  • Silver Globol
Loud and Clear is brilliant in its depth and overwhelming evidence against the state of Arizona. Neatly woven into the story is the incredible price paid by the investigator. Unfortunately, it takes heroes, like Headley, to help justice, ultimately, prevail. What a shame. Carson Smith