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David & Goliath: the Bain Family Murders

David & Goliath: the Bain Family Murders
   

Is David Bain innocent or guilty? This is a question many New Zealanders can't agree on. Joe Karam looks in depth at the issues surrounding this murder case.

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ISBN 9780790005645
Published 11 April 1997 by Raupo Publishing (NZ) Ltd
Format Paperback, illustrated edition
Author(s) By Karam, Joe

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ISBN-13 9780790005645
ISBN-10 0790005646
Stock Out of stock
Status Out of print
Publisher Raupo Publishing (NZ) Ltd
Imprint Raupo Publishing (NZ) Ltd
Publication Date 11 April 1997
Publication Country New Zealand New Zealand
Format Paperback, illustrated edition
Edition illustrated edition
Author(s) By Karam, Joe
Category History
Sociology & Social Issues
True Crime
Crime & Criminology
Interest Age All ages
Reading Age All ages
Library of Congress Biography, Murder, Murderers, New Zealand, Dunedin
NBS Text True Crime
ONIX Text General/trade
Number of Pages 256 pp
Dimensions Not specified
Weight Not specified - defaults to 600g
Dewey Code 364.1523099392
Catalogue Code Not specified

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Reprint, originally published 1995. A brief preface has been added, otherwise content is the same as the original publication. Public interest in this case will be heightened further when David Bain's retrial for the murders of five members of his family in Dunedin in June 1994 gets underway - this is scheduled for early 2008. The book is complemented by over 20 colour photographs, maps and drawings and also contains appendices. Joe Karam presents his argument in 'David and Goliath', the title giving an indication of the books contents - David Bain against much bigger adversaries being the police and the Crown. Karam examines the evidence in the case against David Bain and suggests alternative scenarios to the facts presented by the Crown. He also looks aat the evidence of the secret witness that never got to testify and the behaviour of the police involved in the investigation. Karam argues it was a murder/suicide with the father as the culprit. He puts forward a motive and supporting evidence for this theory.

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