Angels to Ashes: Largest Unsolved Mass Murder in Alaska History
AuthorHouse, 2010 - 152 Seiten
The book details the murders aboard the fishing vessel Investor. This is the largest unsolved mass murder in Alaska State history. Eight people were slaughtered, including two small children and the Captians pregnant wife. The book starts with the actual scene of the murders and continues on through the lives of those involved as well as two trials of the suspected killer. The State failed to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that their suspect was guilty. The author was personaly involved with the case from the beginning. During years of research, evidence was uncovered by the author as to the identitity of the possiable murderers. New evidence uncovers legal misconduct, lies, coverups and powerful drug connections. All of which shed new light on this gruesome crime.
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Murder Aboard The Investor
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