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Stuart book reviewed in ‘Arizona Attorney’
A new book by Gary Stuart, Senior Policy Advisor at the College of Law, is “more than a history of the Temple Murders and an important exploration of the dangers of coerced confessions,” according to a review in the October issue of
“It is a very good read,” writes reviewer Tom Galbraith, a former attorney at the Phoenix law firm of Meyer Hendricks.
Innocent Until Interrogated: The Story of the Buddhist Tempe Massacre and the Tucson Four
, was published by the University of Arizona Press in July. In his research, Stuart listened to all of the tapes made by a sheriff’s task force to preserve the information it obtained questioning four men who confessed to murdering nine people at a Buddhist temple in west Phoenix in 1991. Stuart also read more than 2,600 single-spaced pages of custodial interrogation.
Stuart’s work was chosen by its publisher as the featured book for its fall catalog, and the August issue of
gave it a coveted starred review.
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