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Alex Alexandrowicz spent 22 years in custody protesting his innocence. This book explains how something which began with him pleading guilty in the belief that he would serve a 'short' sentence turned into a nightmare. It contains the full story, including the personal prison chronicles of Anthony Alexandrovich.

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Type Non-Fiction
Genre Biography
Publisher Waterside Press
Release Date 31.07.1999
Author Alex Alexandrowicz
Title The Longest Injustice
EAN 9781872870458
ISBN 1872870457

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