Book Review: Innocent Blood - A True Story of Terror and Justice by Terry Ganeycategories: Books, Nonfiction, True Accounts, Murder & Mayhem, injustice
True Crime of JusticeTerry Ganey did a fantastic job on writing this book. He's willing to show how our judicial system needs a lot of work. I think the police officers who kept harassing him should be ashamed of themselves. Not only did they put an innocent man in prison for four years but the man they questioned right before him had a heart attack because of all the harassing they did to him - poor man. And you would just know that they find one man who is a homosexual and who has a record of number of things he's done in the past and they go after him. They don't care if they're putting innocent people in jail and/or prison just as long as they put someone away. Melvin is a wonderful person. Sure, he has done some pretty terrible things in his past and trust me, he regrets every bit of it.
But one thing puzzles me: At the very end of the book it says he and Rita married and had two children but that is incorrect. He married a woman by the name of Brenda Cunningham in March of 1985. I wished Terry would have looked at the facts first. As a matter of fact, I am the oldest of the two children he had. For the police officers that convicted my father, thanks a lot you vermon. Not only did you ruin his life but you ruined his families lives. I cannot believe you police officers could have stooped that low. All of you should have been put behind bars yourselves for harassing an innocent man. That's where you guys belong. I guess they should change the saying from your are innocent until proven guilty to you are guilty until proven innocent.
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