The cases you will learn about in this book.
The capture and conviction of Machine Gun Kelly
This marked the FBI's first major victory helping transform the Bureau into a law enforcement juggernaut.
Govenor David Hall
Govenor David Hall's meteoric rise and fall played out during the Watergate era when public corruption captured the headlines throughout the nation.
Girl Scout Murders
Never solved, the killing of three young girl scouts in 1976 led to the trial of Gene Leroy Hart, a modern day Cherokee outlow who was hard to catch and impossible to convict.
An unlikely battle between Karen Silkwood, an obscure employee, and, Kerr McGee, Oklahoma's biggest corporation, influenced the nuclear power industry worldwide.
Sirloin Stockage Killings
At the time, the killing of six innocent resturant employees was Oklahoma's biggest mass murder. The crime was only solved by exceptional police work and the bizarre personality of the killer.
The bombing of the Murrah Building
Killing 168 people, wounding hundreds more and destroying millions of dollars in property is still the most heinous act of terrorism committed in the US by an American citizen.
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Learn the true facts of these cases through the words of the perpetrators themselves and the law enforcement officers, lawyers and, judges who took part in each case.
From the trial of Machine Gun Kelly to the bombing of the Murrah Building, these Oklahoma stories reverberate with mystery, action and, courtroom drama.
Excerpt: The Girl Scout Murders
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