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review The Brick Slayer è PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ¾ A series of brutal home invasions terrified Los Angeles in 1937 They ended in Chicago a year later with the arrest of African American teenager Robert Nixon igniting racial tensions in an already appallingly divided cityTortured in custody and portrayed by the press Nixon faced an all white jury It would be the fastest conviction in the history of Cook County Used as inspiration for Richard Wright’s classic social protest novel Native Son the case against Nixon is a still relevant examination of bigotry suppressed rage and the making of a murdererThe Brick Slayer is part. An Short about a series of brutal murders of women in the 1930's in LA and Chicago The suspect was apprehended but since he was black he was tortured by the police and his confession was tainted It made no difference times being what they were I don't know why Harold Schecter wrote this and I don't know why I read it either

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A series of brutal home invasions terrified Los Angeles in 1937 They ended in Chicago a year later with the arrest of African American teenager Robert Nixon igniting racial tensions in an already appallingly divided cityTortured in custody and portrayed by the press in the most lurid and flagrantly racist terms. 25 StarsShort true crime documentation from Bloodlands CollectionBrutal bludgeoning murders of several women and child with brick to head by black man are depict here All from 1930's Chicago and Los Angeles accused man reportedly had mind of an 11 year old yet robs and rapes victims Discusses his reported police brutality while in custody forcing a plea of guilty reuest for leniency due to age and prejudice of all white juryWritten in a series of factual statementsThis collection not for me

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The Brick SlayerOf Bloodlands a chilling collection of short page turning historical narratives from bestselling true crime master Harold Schechter Spanning a century in our nation’s murderous past Schechter resurrects nearly forgotten tales of madmen and thrill killers that dominated the most sensational headlines of their d. Part of Exploring the dark heart of US history true crime master Harold Schechter reveals six sensational but nearly forgotten acts of carnage and bloodlust that shocked the nation From a diabolical Kansas family down the road from Laura Ingalls Wilder to an Elvis inspired “rebel” to the country’s first mass shooter these chilling criminals dominated the headlines—and nightmares—of their day