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Drawn to Injustice: The Wrongful Conviction of Timothy Masters

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 23, 2012

    Absolutely riveting!!!

    The thorough outing of total corruption in the incarceration of Tim Masters for 10 years for a crime he did not commit is a story I could not put down!! Tim had amassed a tonnage of documents which Steve Lehto was able to put in a sequence that just flowed so smoothly.

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  • Posted August 5, 2013

    I kept shaking my head throughout this book.  The injustices tha

    I kept shaking my head throughout this book.  The injustices that our government can do to individuals is sickening.  I did get bored at times when the facts of the case and the interviews was repeated so many times, but it does attest to all the times the investigators heard the evidence and ignored it.  A good read for those who need encouragement to realize that sometimes life sucks, and bad, but don't give up hope that good things can happen!

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  • Posted November 6, 2012

    I really thought the book was very well done. It answered alot o

    I really thought the book was very well done. It answered alot of unaswered questions I had about the case. But it also angered me even more so about how narrow minded alot of people were at the time of Tims conviction. That was very sad and disturbing to read due to facts that it appeared a few other people seemed to be more likely possible suspects than he ever was. It was definitely a worth while read.

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