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Fatal Flaw: A True Story of Malice and Murder in a Small Southern Town

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Fatal Flaw: A True Story of Malice and Murder in a Small Southern Town
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Publisher: Booktrope

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Fatal Flaw examines an unsolved murder of four that occurred on Christmas Eve, 1975, at a furniture shop in Orange County, Florida. The person convicted of the murders remains on Death Row -- more than 30 years after his conviction -- despite evidence that emerged post-trial that casts doubt on his guilt. The book reveals the prosecution's muddled case, mishandled forensic evidence, and unreliable key witness testimony.

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