Modern Americans are accustomed to “the insanity defense,” but what if a madman shot the president? During the Victorian Era? In this brief gripping account, award-winning author Bruce Watson recounts how the lunatic Charles Guiteau stalked and killed President James Garfield, then stalked the courtroom while an indignant America watched.
Guilty or innocent? That depends on your definition of insanity.
|Publisher:||New Word City, Inc.|
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|File size:||2 MB|