But rather than preparing to seethe, interested observers ought to take the time to read "Intermediate Range," a 254-page paperback in which first-time author Michael Knox, a former detective with the Jacksonville (Fla.) sheriff's office meticulously details all the known evidence in the case.
Knox, 40, now a private forensic consultant specializing in crime-scene reconstruction, is careful not to take sides as he leads readers moment by moment through that fateful evening. Using police recordings, statements to investigators by witnesses (including several by Zimmerman ) and results of lab tests, Knox shows what we know and, critically, what we don't know, about what led up to what everyone agrees was a senseless loss of life.
Anyone read this book?
posted on 02/22/2013 7:17:42 AM PST
Thanks for providing the link to the book. I read the free on-line excerpt. That is worth reading in itself. The book should be excellent.
posted on 03/02/2013 2:16:06 PM PST
(The unemployment rate was 4.5% when Democrats took control of Congress in 2006)
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