Lifers author Barry Cummins review ↠ 3

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Lifers author Barry Cummins review ↠ 3 ´ There is only one penalty for committing murder in Ireland mandatory life imprisonment It makes no difference if you plead guilty or if you're convicted by a jury The sentence remains the same It's been like this for fifty years since the death sentence was abolishedIn 1954 when Michael Manning becamS with many on temporary release for good behaviour In Lifers Barry Cummins crime reporter and bestselling author of Missing charts the last half century of murder in IrelandAmong the cases in Lifers is Ireland's longest serving prisoner who has been in prison for over forty years but refuses to apply for parole Also profiled are random killers John Shaw and Geoffrey Evans who abducted and murdered women in Counties Wicklow and Mayo in 1976 Then there. Highly recommend this book to anyone who likes True Crime all the murders are based in Ireland and aswell as telling the story of the murder the author has included insights from friends and family of the victims

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Is the 23 year investigation into the murder of Kildare woman Phyllis Murphy which saw John Crerar jailed for life in 2002Lifers is not just an in depth look at how some of Ireland's most evil killers were caught It highlights issues that the criminal justice system must address Lifers argues that it is the families of murder victims who are the people really serving a life sentence This is a riveting book that raises matters of profound public concern. Excellent read but terrifying

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Lifers author Barry CummiThere is only one penalty for committing murder in Ireland mandatory life imprisonment It makes no difference if you plead guilty or if you're convicted by a jury The sentence remains the same It's been like this for fifty years since the death sentence was abolishedIn 1954 when Michael Manning became the last man hanged for murder in Ireland there were only a handful of life sentence prisoners in Irish jails Now there are almost two hundred behind bar. This book was very dull and drawn out I couldn’t even bring myself to finish it While normally I love true crime this book felt very drab The author kept jumping back and forth in time with each criminal going back and forth between the night of the crime the criminal being captured and the trial It was a little frustrating as I prefer a linear timeline especially when it comes to talking about true stories Overall I just wasn’t a fan