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Título: No Deadly Drug: The Anatomy of a Celebrity ...
Editorial: Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday,
Año de publicación: 1968
Edición: First Edition.
A superior copy of the author's account of the murder trial of Dr. Carl A. Coppolino, who was accused of murdering his wife, Dr. Carmela Coppolino, and his neighbor Lt. Col. William Farber. The prosecution claimed that Coppolino injected his victims with a curare-like substance called succinylcholine chloride, which at the time was undetectable due to limited forensic technology. F. Lee Bailey, who had won Sam Sheppard an acquittal in November 1966, successfully defended Coppolino in the New Jersey case over the death of Lt. Col. Farber in December 1966. However, Coppolino was convicted of murdering his wife in Florida. He was paroled after serving 12 years of his sentence. Fine in a near fine, price clipped dustwrapper. N° de ref. de la librería 16011
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