Casual Executions: Assassination in Arizona

Casual Executions: Assassination in Arizona

by William Heuisler


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A newspaper reporter blown up in his car - the bomber was caught, but the powerful man who hired him was never charged.
An old woman killed in a hit and run - the suspect was never interrogated.
Hundreds of greyhounds shot and their ears cut off - on the ranch of a politician's brother who was never even questioned.

And the newspapers ignored or concealed each outrage.

Casual Executions illustrates how the corruption of our news media is very dangerous to society - and particularly dangerous to persistent reporters. The author knows from personal experience how power, politics and murder intermingle, and how newspapers often knowingly - and with actual malice - forsake their duty to inform and protect the public.

This fact-inspired novel takes the reader to the bloody street, the lonely desert, the burned room and the twisted wreckage where innocents and reformers die. And Casual Executions demonstrates how justice seldom has anything to do with the system.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781439214640
Publisher: BookSurge, LLC
Publication date: 03/15/2009
Pages: 316
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.66(d)

About the Author

The author, former Marine, ex-Tucson cop, Director of an Arizona Investigative Agency and chief investigator for the Governor of Arizona in the late '80s, investigated certain political aspects of the Don Bolles murder, worked briefly for Viola Faber's family on their mother's hit and run and has been involved in the rescue of racing Greyhounds for twenty years.

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