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An Expendable Man

Title An Expendable Man
Subtitle "The Near-Execution of Earl Washington, Jr."
Author "Edds, Margaret"
Publisher New York University Press
Date 2006
Month October
Summary "About the wrongful conviction of Earl Washington Jr. for the rape and murder of a woman that was based on his alleged false confession. Sentenced to death, at one point Washington came within nine days of being executed before his exoneration by DNA evidence in 2001. Margaret Edds was a reporter and later an editorial writer for the Virginian Pilot, Virginia's largest newspaper.She interviewed Earl Washington Jr. extensively and worked closely with his attorneys and all the principles of the case. Washington filed a federal civil rights lawsuit and was awarded $2.25 million by a jury in May 2006, against the estate of the police officer who fabricated Washington's confession.."
Type Non-fiction
Media Book
Country US
Format softcover
Pages 288
ISBN 0814722393
Edition 1st hardcover
1st Ed/Copyright 2003
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