THE ATTICA TURKEY SHOOT: Carnage, Cover-Up, and the Pursuit of Justice
In the wake of the 1971 prison riot at the Attica Correctional Facility, Bell sought justice by exposing the cover-up of the prison guards and state police who were responsible for the deaths of 39 hostages and inmates. This insider's account illuminates the all too common contrast between the justice of the privileged and the justice of the rest. Photos.
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