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Delusions of Innocence

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The case of Stefan Kiszko casts a dark shadow over British justice. Totally unconnected to the murder of which he was convicted-that of a young girl Lesley Molseed-he spent 16 years in prison tormented as a sex-offender and suffering from what one expert described as 'delusions of innocence'. As author Michael O'Connell explains, it was in fact the system by which he was ensnared which was suffering from 'delusions of guilt'. Kiszko could not have been Lesley's attacker as subsequently established by DNA and the medical fact that he could not produce sperm. But a false confession written for him by a corrupt police officer set in train proceedings from which he was never to recover, dying only a short time after his eventual release.

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PLU:
0
Author(s):
O'Connell, Michael
Condition:
As new
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1909976466
ISBN-13:
9781909976467
Number of pages:
263
Publisher:
Waterside Press
Title:
Delusions of Innocence. The Tragic Case of Stefan Kiszko

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The case of Stefan Kiszko casts a dark shadow over British justice. Totally unconnected to the murder of which he was convicted-that of a young girl Lesley Molseed-he spent 16 years in prison tormented as a sex-offender and suffering from what one expert described as 'delusions of innocence'. As author Michael O'Connell explains, it was in fact the system by which he was ensnared which was suffering from 'delusions of guilt'. Kiszko could not have been Lesley's attacker as subsequently established by DNA and the medical fact that he could not produce sperm. But a false confession written for him by a corrupt police officer set in train proceedings from which he was never to recover, dying only a short time after his eventual release.

PLU:
0
Author(s):
O'Connell, Michael
Condition:
As new
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1909976466
ISBN-13:
9781909976467
Number of pages:
263
Publisher:
Waterside Press
Title:
Delusions of Innocence. The Tragic Case of Stefan Kiszko

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