The Shepherds Bush Murders ePUB Ü The Shepherds Epub


  • Hardcover
  • 496 pages
  • The Shepherds Bush Murders
  • Nick Russell-Pavier
  • 12 June 2016
  • 9781780894379

3 thoughts on “The Shepherds Bush Murders

  1. says:

    A well written account of a crime many have probably forgotten It confirmed for me my belief from when I was old enough to understand the issues involved that Capital Punishment should be restored for such murders of Police and for that matter also Prison Officers who are deliberately killed in the performance of their duties For the record I would also wish to see it reinstated for Wilful and Deliberate Murder and Acts of TerrorismWhatever the reader's point of view on this contentious issue I recommend this book


  2. says:

    As a boy I do remember the murder of the three police officers in London and the hunt for Roberts Then a few years ago the outcry as Roberts was released from prison The book covers the history of this tragic killing sensitively and gives a clear picture of what had happened It was good to read this book and remember the horror of that day in 1966


  3. says:

    A well written and excellent book covering the murders of three police officers on the 12th of August 1966 the preceding events and what followed from there onwardsThe author has an easy to read style it is by far the most informative writing on the matter that I have come across Thoroughly researched and a fascinating read about the investigation that followed the events of that afternoonI highly recommended to fans of true crime


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The Shepherds Bush Murders[PDF / EPUB] The Shepherds Bush Murders The crime the criminals the victims and their familiesAnd the biggest manhunt by British policeThe establishment press and public reaction the trial and the aftermath are all set out in compelling nar The crime the criminals the victims and their familiesAnd the biggest manhunt by British policeThe establishment press and The Shepherds Epub / public reaction the trial and the aftermath are all set out in compelling narrative detail Jack Witney served twenty five years in prison although he shot no one and was released on appeal only to be murdered in his Bristol flat a few years later John Duddy died in Parkhurst after fifteen years But Harry Roberts by his own admission the instigator of the crime and the most notorious was released from prison after forty eight years in making national front page newsWhat could possess an apparently rational and sane man albeit an habitual criminal to commit such a callous and ruthless act What kind of a man is he How can an ordinary person understand what he did Should he be forgiven years later the full story for the first time.