Book: An UnFair Advantage by Juanita Baskerville Tischendorfcategories: Book, Murder, Forensic, Criminal, Oklahoma City, Lawyer, Public Defender, Dwarf, Black, Nonfiction, True Crime
Juanita Tischendorfabout this book: Finding out that my son, Erik Saxton was murdered was the most devastating reality I had to face. Erik, born in 1969 was a dwarf. His murder occurred in 2010 after much nurturing and feeling as though he had found is place in this world. He married, finished college, had a job, and was making a living on his own. Still residing in Rochester, New York, the news came to me of his death, several days later as I had remarried and was known under my new name. Erik had moved to Oklahoma City where he met and married his wife. They would divorce, but Erik remained in the city.
It was a whole new world I had to enter and maneuver my way if I was to get justice for my son. The murderer Clara Blocker was almost 6 ft tall. She, being a drug addict was only interested in finding a way to meet her needs even if it meant that someone would have to die. His size, his paralysis made Erik an easy target.
Homicide investigations are clearly one of the highest priorities for any state or local law enforcement agency. In murder investigations, many agencies follow the 72-hour rule, in which officers closely investigate the first 48 hours after the homicide occurred and the 24 hours prior to the homicide. Even when you have the murderer, the one thing that is missing is the WHY Him!
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