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“Anatomy of Injustice: A Murder Case Gone Wrong” by Raymond Bonner

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“Anatomy of Injustice: A Murder Case Gone Wrong” by Raymond Bonner

The Washington Post – 2012-02-25

In January 1982, a white South Carolina widow named Dorothy Edwards — “seventy-six years old but could have passed for fifty-six, a petite five foot three, size 6,” not rich but certainly “well-off” — was found dead in the closet of her bedroom in Greenwood, a small town a little more than an hour’s drive west of Columbia, the state capital. The crime shocked the town, not merely because it happened but because it was exceptionally bloody. As a forensic pathologist testified in...
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