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A family's horror— one child murdered . . .another destroyed.The Crowes’ neighbors in the peaceful middle classcommunity in San Diego’s North County were shockedby the savagery of the crime—a young girl murdered,stabbed repeatedly, in her own bed in the dead of night.The lack of any evidence of forced entry led the Escondidopolice to their inevitable conclusion: someone in A family's horror— one child murdered . . .another destroyed.The Crowes’ neighbors in the peaceful middle classcommunity in San Diego’s North County were shockedby the savagery of the crime—a young girl murdered,stabbed repeatedly, in her own bed in the dead of night.The lack of any evidence of forced entry led the Escondidopolice to their inevitable conclusion: someone in the familywas responsible for 12-year-old Stephanie Crowe’s slaying.The investigation quickly zeroed in on the victim’s olderbrother, Michael, and two teenage friends—three lonerswho enjoyed inhabiting dark fantasy worlds of quests andviolence. Through efficient, by-the-book police work, theboys were broken down and ultimately confessed. The onlyproblem was the detectives had gotten everything wrong . . .Shattered Justice is the riveting and disturbing trueaccount of a horrific tragedy and the terrible crimethat followed—a nightmare of four innocent livesshattered, one by a killer’s blade, three byobsession and twisted law.


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A family's horror— one child murdered . . .another destroyed.The Crowes’ neighbors in the peaceful middle classcommunity in San Diego’s North County were shockedby the savagery of the crime—a young girl murdered,stabbed repeatedly, in her own bed in the dead of night.The lack of any evidence of forced entry led the Escondidopolice to their inevitable conclusion: someone in A family's horror— one child murdered . . .another destroyed.The Crowes’ neighbors in the peaceful middle classcommunity in San Diego’s North County were shockedby the savagery of the crime—a young girl murdered,stabbed repeatedly, in her own bed in the dead of night.The lack of any evidence of forced entry led the Escondidopolice to their inevitable conclusion: someone in the familywas responsible for 12-year-old Stephanie Crowe’s slaying.The investigation quickly zeroed in on the victim’s olderbrother, Michael, and two teenage friends—three lonerswho enjoyed inhabiting dark fantasy worlds of quests andviolence. Through efficient, by-the-book police work, theboys were broken down and ultimately confessed. The onlyproblem was the detectives had gotten everything wrong . . .Shattered Justice is the riveting and disturbing trueaccount of a horrific tragedy and the terrible crimethat followed—a nightmare of four innocent livesshattered, one by a killer’s blade, three byobsession and twisted law.

30 review for Shattered Justice: A Savage Murder and the Death of Three Families' Innocence

  1. 5 out of 5

    Elisabeth

    This is like the Californian version of the West Memphis Three case, down to the cops who thought black clothes and interests outside the mainstream were evidence of murder. Only the lucky discovery of some physical evidence kept three innocent young men from wasting their lives in jail. Very worth reading if your true crime interests include near miscarriages of justice.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Lynda M. Breeze

    Disturbing that this happens well written rough end, too abrupt. excellent analysis of mistreatment of the boys. a little thin everywhere else. many lose ends, at time it seemed the author wanted to look at issues of prejudice that are then dropped and add little to nothing to the story. character development lacked some depth. the end felt empty and addressed nothing of what happened to the three young men the true victims. overall a good read but a bit lacking focus.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Michael Pelligrini

    A clear look at police work a very well written work showing how an investigation c go wrong with the wrong people running the case. thank God for good police officers.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Brooke

    Very interesting account of a murder investigation gone awry & the detective who used his fresh eyes to find the real killer of a young girl.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Georgann Garrett

    True crime This report was typical in the act of some police detectives that decide who the perpetrator is and mask the evidence to fit. I cannot believe the parents did not get involved provide legal council for their kids as soon as they were interviewed.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Janelle Kelley

    Shattered Justice I have seen the movie about this and it's a shame how the cops treated these kids just to make themselves look good. Glad it was resolved but imo the real murderer did not get enough time in prison. Book is very repetitive. Shattered Justice I have seen the movie about this and it's a shame how the cops treated these kids just to make themselves look good. Glad it was resolved but imo the real murderer did not get enough time in prison. Book is very repetitive.

  7. 4 out of 5

    David

    Good true crime investigation this time. How many other botched investigations are out there. Hire a lawyer for your kids.

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