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" The murder of the Clutter family in 1959 was a crime of such senseless brutality that its equal had rarely been seen. Today, as the media relentlessly reminds us, violence that once shocked has become commonplace. AMERICAN JUSTICE takes an unflinching look at the crime that burned its way into the American consciousness, immortalized by Truman Capote in his classic ""nonfiction novel"" In Cold Blood. Contemporary news accounts re-awaken the shock and horror the murders aroused, while interviews with key players, including members of both the prosecution and defense teams and investigators who worked the case, detail each development. Follow the course of the investigation from the discovery of the crime through the execution of the murderers. And, for the first time ever hear the confession of killer Richard Hickok. It's the definitive chronicle of the crime that marked the beginning of America's rising tide of violence."
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