The Trials of Eroy Brown

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  • Hardcover
  • 244 pages
  • The Trials of Eroy Brown
  • Michael Berryhill
  • English
  • 08 April 2017

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The Trials of Eroy Brown Houston based journalist Michael Berryhill recounts the story of Eroy Brown, a black Texas prison inmate who killed two prison guards in self defense in 1980 His case helped prompt huge changes in the Texas prisons If ever there was a dead man, it was Eroy Brown, a black convict who killed two white prison guards The story of Craig Washington s successful three trial defense of Brown should be a book and a movie This one is going to live as a Gettysburg in legal history Molly Ivins New Download [ The Trials of Eroy Brown ] By [ Michael Berryhill ] –

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10 thoughts on “The Trials of Eroy Brown

  1. Laura Jean says:

    This book is not only about the murder of two Texas TDC officials by inmate, Eroy Brown and the three trials succeeding it The book also discusses the ways in which the TDC ran prisons and handled prisoners prior to 1984.

  2. Scott says:

    Fascinating story books biggest flaw is the story of the actual trials feels rushed Berryhill does a terrific job, however, in putting the tale in the context of the times The events of the early 1980s are still strongly felt in Texas prisons today The book doesn t quite capture the ...

  3. SouthWestZippy says:

    Taken from the flap of the book April 1982, two white Texas prison officials died at the hands of a black inmate at the Ellis prison farm near Huntsville The trial was taken from transcripts word by word The story was good but writing about it was all over the place and dull Not a smooth read.

  4. Paige says:

    What an interesting read Believe none of what you hear, and only half of what you see Benjamin Franklin