Download La scomparsa di Salvatore Giuliano: Indagine su un fantasma by Giuseppe Casarrubea,Mario José Cereghino PDF

By Giuseppe Casarrubea,Mario José Cereghino

Castelvetrano (Sicilia), five luglio 1950. Il corpo di un giovane uomo giace bocconi in un cortile del centro storico. l. a. notizia dell’uccisione di Salvatore Giuliano fa il giro del mondo in poche ore. Ma non tutti credono alla versione raccontata dai Carabinieri. “Di sicuro c’è solo che è morto” scrive qualche giorno dopo, su “L’Europeo”, un giornalista di razza come Tommaso Besozzi.
Chi è veramente il “re di Montelepre”? Un Robin Hood del XX secolo che ruba ai ricchi in keeping with dare ai poveri? O un terrorista nero al soldo di mafia e servizi segreti nel periodo in cui si profila los angeles nascita di Gladio? L’affaire Giuliano sembrava ormai consegnato agli annali della storia criminale italiana, una leggenda raccontata according to decenni da rotocalchi scandalistici, documentari, movie e quotidiani in vena di scoop. Ma lo studio di centinaia di carte – desecretate negli ultimi anni e provenienti dagli archivi americani, inglesi e italiani – hanno convinto Casarrubea e Cereghino a chiedere alla Procura di Palermo di riaprire le indagini su ciò che avvenne realmente in quella notte d’estate siciliana. Basato su testimonianze e documenti di prima mano, l. a. scomparsa di Salvatore Giuliano è un chilly case all’italiana che non mancherà di sollevare polemiche e interrogativi inquietanti sulle origini della nostra Repubblica.

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Download Les crimes de Monsieur Kissinger: La face cachée d'un prix by Christopher Hitchens PDF

By Christopher Hitchens

Henry Kissinger doit-il être déféré devant le Tribunal overseas de los angeles Haye pour crimes de guerre, crimes contre l'humanité, et pour conspiration impliquant le meurtre, l'enlèvement et l. a. torture ?

Oui, répond clairement l'écrivain, journaliste et essayiste anglais, Christopher Hitchens, à travers une enquête serrée, fondée sur des files secrets and techniques, et récemment déclassifiés par les autorités américaines.

On apprend remark le Prix Nobel de l. a. paix 1973 a cyniquement organisé les bombardements de populations civiles au Laos et au Cambodge, remark il a fait assassiner le général chilien Schneider pour tenter de barrer l. a. direction à Allende, remark il a set upé le général Pinochet, remark il a soutenu secrètement los angeles tentative d'assassinat de Mgr Makarios à Chypre, remark il a smashé l'expérience d'un régime démocratique au Bangladesh. En fait, ce livre montre, d'une manière exceptionnelle et précise, remark un pouvoir démocratique comme celui des États-Unis peut organiser des crimes à l'échelle mondiale, et révèle également les vraies motivations d'Henry Kissinger : cynisme, argent, pouvoir ...

Découvrez sans détour, grâce à cet essai, los angeles face cachée d'Henry Kissinger.

CE QU'EN PENSE los angeles CRITIQUE

- "Hitchens, dont le livre fait l'effet d'une bombe outre-Atlantique, dénonce ce qu'il appelle les "crimes" d'Henry Kissinger. Son réquisitoire, sans appel, s'appuie sur des records secrets and techniques tout récemment "déclassifiés" par los angeles CIA, l'Agence centrale de renseignements américaine." (Ph. B., La Dépêche du midi22 juin 2001)

A PROPOS DE L'AUTEUR

Écrivain et journaliste d’origine anglaise, Christopher Hitchens est né à Portsmouth, en 1949. Diplômé en philosophie, sciences politiques et sciences économiques du Balliol collage d’Oxford cet anglo-américaina été est successivement rédacteur et critique littéraire pour des journaux prestigieux comme The Atlantic Monthly, Vanity Fair, Slate, World Affairs ou The Nation. Volontiers qualifié d’« électron libre », il est notamment l’auteur à succès d’un best-seller sur Mère Teresa, publié chez Verso en 1995 et d’un ouvrage intitulé Dieu n’est pas grand, sur l’athéisme et los angeles nature des religions en 2007. En 2010, frappé par l. a. maladie il a voulu faire de sa mort une oeuvre: Vivre en mourant, ultime geste romanesque avant de s’éteindre le 15 décembre 2011 à Houston.

EXTRAIT

Je suis un adversaire politique d’Henry Kissinger, je le dis d’emblée. Je n’ai pas pour autant utilisé, dans ces pages, toutes les données compromettantes dont je dispose à l’encontre du prix Nobel de los angeles paix. Je n’évoque, ici, que les infamies qui pourraient, ou devraient, constituer l. a. base et les motifs d’une motion en justice pour crimes de guerre, pour crimes contre l’humanité, pour atteinte au droit coutumier ou overseas, enfin pour conspiration impliquant le meurtre, l’enlèvement et l. a. torture.

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Download Mumien in Palermo: Als Kriminalbiologe an die dunkelsten by Mark Benecke PDF

By Mark Benecke

Ob Italien, Kolumbien oder Vietnam - Wie ein Indiana Jones der Kriminalbiologie wird Mark Benecke in die verschiedenen Länder dieser Welt gerufen, um dunkle Geheimnisse aufzuspüren, brutale Morde und unerklärliche Tötungen zu untersuchen. Dabei begegnet er korrupten Polizeibeamten und trifft auf skrupellose Mörder.

Ein ganz besonderer Fall sind die Mumien, die in einem Kapuzinerkloster in Palermo aufgefunden werden. Hunderte, vielleicht tausende. Er lernt die Mönche kennen. was once haben sie zu verbergen? Dr. Made packt seinen Koffer und kommt der Wahrheit auf die Spur.

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Download Murder Most Russian: True Crime and Punishment in Late by Louise McReynolds PDF

By Louise McReynolds

How a society defines crimes and prosecutes criminals illuminates its cultural values, social norms, and political expectancies. In Murder such a lot Russian, Louise McReynolds makes use of a desirable sequence of murders and next trials that came about within the wake of the 1864 criminal reforms enacted through Tsar Alexander II to appreciate the effect of those reforms on Russian society sooner than the Revolution of 1917. For the 1st time in Russian historical past, the accused have been positioned within the fingers of juries of universal electorate in courtrooms that have been open to the clicking. Drawing on a big selection of assets, McReynolds reconstructs murders that gripped Russian society, from the case of Andrei Gilevich, who marketed for a private secretary and beheaded the respondent as a manner of perpetrating assurance fraud, to the thrashing dying of Marianna Time by the hands of 2 younger aristocrats who was hoping to scouse borrow her diamond earrings.

As McReynolds indicates, newspapers lined such trials broadly, reworking the court docket into the main public website in Russia for deliberation approximately legality and justice. to appreciate the cultural and social effects of homicide in past due imperial Russia, she analyzes the discussions that arose one of the emergent expert criminologists, safety lawyers, and specialist forensic witnesses approximately what made a defendant's habit "criminal." She additionally deftly connects actual felony trials to the burgeoning literary style of crime fiction and fruitfully compares the Russian case to examples of crimes either from Western Europe and the USA during this period.

Murder such a lot Russian will attraction not just to readers drawn to Russian tradition and precise crime but additionally to historians who research criminology, urbanization, the position of the social sciences in forging the trendy nation, evolving notions of the self and the psyche, the instability of gender norms, and sensationalism within the smooth media.

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Download Black Country Murders by Don Cochrane PDF

By Don Cochrane

within the eighteenth and 19th centuries, punishment was once meant to be a brief, sharp surprise, usually administered in public to deter others from committing comparable crimes. there have been greater than 220 crimes for which offenders may be hanged, together with housebreaking, horse stealing, forgery, rick burning, road theft, attack and, in fact, homicide. In Black state Murders, Don Cochrane offers bills of many trials for homicide and different offences drawn from the sensationalist press experiences of the time, reminiscent of poisonings, theft and the homicide of the Gummery family members, a case that is still unsolved today.

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Download Murder Lost To Time: The True Story of One of Canada’s by Joseph Lapello PDF

By Joseph Lapello

develop into entwined in a narrative of a tender man’s timeless love for a girl, which might force him to take part in unlawful alcohol smuggling through the prohibition period. Carmine used to be a self hired taxicab motive force who grew to become stuck up with infamous humans, in a small immigrant group of Toronto Ontario Canada, referred to as “The Ward”. situations could swap for the more serious, turning this younger guy from a secretive lifetime of crime, to that of a police informant, and at last, paying the final word cost. within the early morning hours of July 20, 1917, Carmine will be chanced on brutally murdered on the street. stick with Joseph, via his discovery of this secret, as he unravels the unsolved homicide of his nice Uncle, Carmine Lapello.

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Download The Long Term Missing: Hope and Help for Families by Silvia Pettem,Stuart Somershoe PDF

By Silvia Pettem,Stuart Somershoe

When loved-ones pass lacking, the lives in their family are grew to become upside-down. because the days and months develop into years, a few households are caged in through their grief, whereas others turn into proactive –– renewing police contacts, maintaining with the most recent applied sciences, and instructing themselves as they try to turn into their long term lacking folks’ advocates. via inspiring wish, in addition to supplying solutions and useful suggestion, The long-term lacking: wish and support for Families assists households in navigating the uncharted territory they by no means selected to go into.

Author Silvia Pettem additionally offers households with details to raised know how law-enforcement and similar firms paintings to resolve lacking folks instances. alongside the way in which, she takes her readers behind the curtain, whereas emphasizing that each unidentified individual is a lacking individual to another individual. With actual instances, either solved and unsolved, the ebook additionally illustrates the assets to be had and the activities that kin, civilians, and legislations enforcement firms can take to look for long term lacking individuals, to spot formerly unknown is still, and to convey the lacking individuals home.

The long-term lacking: wish and aid for Families conjures up desire and offers solutions because it empowers family of long-term lacking individuals to be proactive and to develop into their lacking people’ advocates.

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Download The Disappearance of Maria Glenn: A True Life Regency by Naomi Clifford PDF

By Naomi Clifford


Taunton, 1817. What turns out an easy newspaper document of “elopement long gone unsuitable” seems to be a rollercoaster tale of crime, coercion, illusory triumph and fraudulent defeat. Barrister George Tuckett wakes to find that his 16-year-old niece Maria Glenn, seemingly the heiress to West Indian sugar plantations, is lacking. He discovers that she has been kidnapped by means of the Bowditches, an area farming family members, who intend to strength her to marry one in every of their sons. Maria is rescued and Tuckett starts off investigating the crime himself, uncovering a fancy and worrying internet of lies and impersonation.

At a drama-filled trial that's the speak of the rustic, 4 everyone is sentenced to felony. whilst a cabal of strong humans in Taunton start a crusade to damage Maria's testimony, her supporters fall away and he or she is brazenly vilified. Her enemies have her arrested for perjury and, after a ramshackle trial, she is pressured to escape into exile. but the tale of conspiracy and deception doesn't finish there, as Maria and her uncle have been to endure one ultimate and devastating betrayal.

But used to be Maria telling the reality? each side had given totally diverse models of occasions through the trial – so it used to be transparent that somebody needed to be lying.

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Download Evil Summer: Babe Leopold, Dickie Loeb, and the by John Theodore PDF

By John Theodore

In 1924, fourteen-year-old Bobby Franks used to be kidnapped whereas jogging domestic from tuition, killed by way of a chisel blow to his head, and later chanced on crammed in a culvert in a marshy desolate tract on the Illinois-Indiana country line. Acid were poured over his bare physique. Evil Summer examines the surprising kidnapping and homicide of Franks by way of college of Chicago scholars, Nathan “ Babe” Leopold and Richard “ Dickie” Loeb, either from households of privilege.

In this new exam of the crime, writer John Theodore takes readers into the minds of the 2 criminals as he specializes in 3 months in 1924. Theodore covers the killing, the confessions, the protection, and the sentencing surrounding the awful homicide, putting the killers’ activities and Clarence Darrow’ s ancient security into the context of Nineteen Twenties Chicago.

Theodore deftly investigates the mental dimensions of the crime, revealing the murderers’ fantasies, relationships, sexuality, and reasons. the writer examines the killers’ previous, outlining Loeb’ s obsession with detective fiction and crime and his editorial on random killing— written at age 9— and Leopold’ s nightly master-slave fantasies and fascination with Nietzsche.

Evil Summer, such as twenty-three illustrations, meticulously strains the homicide from inception to confession, together with such info because the special-delivery ransom letter despatched to Jacob Franks and the invention of Leopold’ s horn-rimmed eyeglasses mendacity on a railroad embankment close to Bobby’ s useless physique. Theodore re-creates such scenes because the convergence of countless numbers of individuals in entrance of the Franks domestic, Bobby’ s physique mendacity in a small white casket within the library, and Loeb being voyeuristically interested in the house whereas Bobby’ s classmates hold the casket to the hearse.

Worldwide press assurance mirrored the general public fascination with the case in what was once then referred to as “ the trial of the century.” the tale grew to become a media circus: Chicago’ s six day-by-day newspapers battled vigorously for readers, Daily News cub newshounds grew to become a part of the tale, and the Chicago Tribune carried a balloting poll asking readers even if radio station WGN may still broadcast the court spectacle. The altering drama used to be dropped at Chicagoans each morning and night, and the general public feasted on each press run.

More than against the law tale, Evil Summer illuminates the darkish part of yankee existence within the Twenties, together with the excesses of privileged early life, the childhoods, the random victimization, the anti-Semitism, and the sexuality.

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Download Homicide 1901 by Pat Finn PDF

By Pat Finn

a listing of murder convictions 1901.

Contains 89 instances together with the instances of George Edward Hobbs who shot his father in a pub, Joseph Henry Harrison who lower his employers throat after an evening out at a pub, Richard Edward Goodall who threw his kids right into a canal, Herbert John Bennett who killed his spouse on Yarmouth seashore, John Miller and John Robert Miller who stabbed John Ferguson and Charles Everard Canham who murdered his spouse and one among his eight young children.

Contains all identified murder convictions from England, Scotland and Wales in 1901.

A incredible source for those who desire a express reference for all murder convictions from 1901.

Resourced from outdated newspapers, courtroom records, police records and different different sources.

The so much authoritative source for murder convictions from 1901 within the united kingdom at the market.

Cases include:

John Harrison
George Fowles, Joseph Adey and John Davis
Alexander Claydon
Richard Handley
Frederick Rushton
Lewis Brown
George Robert Beeby
John George Thompson
Bessie Lockyer
John Miller and John Robert Miller
John Stevens
James Taylor
Henry Curtis
Patrick McKenna
George Edward Hobbs
Joseph Henry Harrison
Mary Jane Roe
Frank Searle
Samuel Porter
Marcel Fougeron
John Harding
Elizabeth Farrant
William Oliver
John Price
James John Richardson
Edward Palmer
Harriett Holmes
Ralph John Dyer and Caroline Agnes Dyer
Richard Edward Goodall
James Emanuel Shepherd
James Botton
John Joyce
Ernest Walter Wickham
Annie Rachael Turner
William Daley
John Walker Holmea
Charles Richard Thomas Watkins
George Lancaster
Alfred Palmer
Hannah Johnson Cox
Elizabeth Manning
Moses Robinson Witty
William Augustus Rumley
Phillip Smyth
Joseph Holloway
Elizabeth Topham
John William Carter
William Green
Laurence Solari
Mary Annie Simpson
Valeri Giovanni
William Kirk
William Enoch King
George Heffer
Octavius Edward Trezise
Emily Barnett
Alfred Cornelius Fairfax
Patrick Finnegan
William Goacher
James Harrow
Joseph Arthur Shufflebotham
Henry Morgan
Elizabeth Davis
Minnie Frances Webb
Frederick Chamberlain
Herbert John Bennett
George Henry Parker
John Hyland
David Morgan Lewis
Benjamin Baldwin
Joseph Lowe
Sarah Jane Ashmore
Charles Everard Canham
Thomas Craig
David Ewart
Thomas Straw
William Wopling
Isaac Robert Jones and Lydia Emma Jones
Rose Sumner
James Maloney
Samson Silas Salmon
Richard Hopcroft
Thomas Tape
Barnet Abrahams
Marie Curry
John Edward Cossey
John Aaron Walker
Charles Francis Heritage
August Menn

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