ABOUT LYNCHED AT LAW: A JURY SCHOOL CASE STUDY Steeped in the American dream, I doubted the claim that there were many innocents in America’s prisons. However, my life was shattered when, without warning, I was maliciously targeted and trapped by a criminal agent of the government—Wendell Blount. In the midst of the 9-11 national catastrophe, I was made to fight for my good name, not only against a criminal accusation but against the prejudice of an all-white Southern Mississippi jury. I was convicted based on a simple argument made by the prosecution: “We’re not saying that he did it. We’re saying that if he could have done it, he would have.” Still reeling from the terrorist attacks, the jury pronounced me guilty of conspiracy to launder twelve million dollars, and I was sentenced to ten years in prison, three additional years of subjugation, along with the end of my life as I knew it. On September 11, 2001, inside a tranquil Southern Mississippi courtroom, I was Lynched at Law. James Orin Ogle
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James Orin Ogle came to the United States in 1977, with fifteen dollars to his name. With tireless effort and the help of family, friends, and good people who admired his drive and ambition, Ogle built a successful real estate and financial services business in the metro New York area. Ogle relocated to Atlanta, Georgia, in 1993, intending to capture his share of the economic boost the 1996 Olympics would bring to the area and to his new business.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 2013 edition edition. 334 pages. 9.00x6.00x0.84 inches. This item is printed on demand. Bookseller Inventory # zk1482610353