For a limited time, get John Ferak’s true crime book, FAILURE OF JUSTICE: A Brutal Murder, An Obsessed Cop, Six Wrongful Convictions, for only 99cents beginning Tuesday, August 2nd! But hurry, the price will gradually increase after each day of the countdown. FAILURE OF JUSTICE is a look into the largest wrongful conviction case in U.S. history. Get your copy here!
FAILURE OF JUSTICE IS ‘MAKING A MURDERER’ TIMES SIX!
If the dubious efforts of law enforcement that led to the case behind MAKING A MURDERER made you cringe, your skin will crawl at the injustice portrayed in FAILURE OF JUSTICE: A Brutal Murder, An Obsessed Cop, Six Wrongful Convictions. Award-winning journalist and bestselling author John Ferak pursued the story of the Beatrice 6 who were wrongfully accused of the brutal, ritualistic rape and murder of an elderly widow in Beatrice, Nebraska, and then railroaded by law enforcement into prison for a crime they did not commit. FAILURE OF JUSTICE is the story of the crime, the flawed investigation and rush to judgment, as well as one man’s refusal to accept an unjust fate, and the incredible effort it took to make the state admit it was wrong.
Acclaim for John Ferak and FAILURE OF JUSTICE…
“How could not just one person, but six people who hardly knew each other, all be in the wrong places at the wrong times, and all get railroaded into convictions for a murder they did not commit? In John Ferak’s riveting account, FAILURE OF JUSTICE, the common denominator was an overzealous police investigation that generated false confessions and false evidence. The unbelievable story of the Beatrice Six provides a wake-up call at a time when serious wrongful convictions continue to come to light with disturbing frequency.”–Brandon L. Garrett, Justice Thurgood Marshall Distinguished Professor of Law, University of Virginia School of Law
“John Ferak has carved his necessary true-crime niche with another fascinating exploration of unalloyed evil in overlooked places, and a dysfunctional judicial system. A chilling piece of journalism.” – Ron Franscell, author of THE DARKEST NIGHT and MORGUE: A LIFE IN DEATH