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Confessions of an Innocent Man

Title Confessions of an Innocent Man
Subtitle Torture and Survival In a Saudi Prison
Author "Sampson, William"
Publisher McClelland & Stewart (Toronto)
Date 2006
Month October
Summary "First-person account of Canadian William Sampson's arrest in Saudi Arabia in 2001 while working for the Saudi government, on suspicion of being involved in the car bombing of other western expatriates. Forced to falsely confess, Sampson was convicted and sentenced to death. He was granted a Royal Pardon in 2004 and released along with four other wrongly convicted westerners, when Britain's Prince Charles personally intervened on their behalf."
Type Non-fiction
Media Book
Country CAN
Format softcover
Pages 432
ISBN 978-0771079054
Edition 1st softcover
1st Ed/Copyright 2005
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