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Pariah: Colin Stagg

Title Pariah: Colin Stagg
Author "Stagg, Colin and Ted Hynds"
Publisher Pennant Publishing
Date 2007
Month December
Summary "Wrongly jailed for the murder of Rachel Nickell, Stagg speaks powerfully in Pariah, a hard-hitting account of his flawed trial, agonising imprisonment and failed attempts to rebuild life after his release. Although cleared of the killing, Stagg - Britain's most hated man - was punished again by a public which doubted his innocence. But now with fresh evidence about the murder emerging due to advances in DNA techniques, and the front page news that a convicted sex killer in Broadmoor, Robert Napper, is to be charged with the killing of Rachel Nickell, Stagg has found the courage to tell the world his truth. A follow up book to Stagg's 1999 book, "Who Really Killed Rachel?" On December 18, 2008, Robert Napper, 42, pleaded guilty to Nickell's manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility."
Type Non-fiction
Media Book
Country GBR
Format hardcover
Pages 304
ISBN 978-1906015107
Edition 1st hardcover
1st Ed/Copyright 2007
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