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Uncovering a cold-blooded execution at the hands of a conspiring police force, attorney Jeff Haas relentlessly pursued the murderers of Black Panther Fred Hampton. The entire 14-year process of bringing the killers to justice is documented, including the details of the 18-month court trial. The chronicle reveals Hampton in a new light, presenting him as a dynamic community leader whose dedication to his people and to the truth inspired the young lawyers of the People's Law Office in their lifelong commitment to fighting corruption. Exposing FBI stonewalling and unlimited government resources bent on hiding a darker plot, the author relates an inspiring narrative of upholding morality.
Number of Pages: 378
Genre: True Crime, Social Science, History
Sub-Genre: Murder / General, Ethnic Studies / African-American Studies, United States / 20th Century
Publisher: Chicago Review Pr
Street Date: April 1, 2011
Item Number (DPCI): 248-63-5604