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On the detection of Britain's most infamous serial killings the Moors Murders Despite standing as chief prosecution Witness at the subseuent trial David Smith was vilified and hated by a public who knew nothing of the facts behind the accusations thrown at Smith by the killers themselves in an attempt to gain lesser sentences Myra Hindley's own confession years later that she and Ian Brady had lied about Smith's involvement in their crimes did little to diminish the slurs against his name For almost years David Smith has been asked.

witness pdf Witness eBookOn the detection of Britain's most infamous serial killings the Moors Murders Despite standing as chief prosecution Witness at the subseuent trial David Smith was vilified and hated by a public who knew nothing of the facts behind the accusations thrown at Smith by the killers themselves in an attempt to gain lesser sentences Myra Hindley's own confession years later that she and Ian Brady had lied about Smith's involvement in their crimes did little to diminish the slurs against his name For almost years David Smith has been asked.

❴KINDLE❵ ❁ Witness Author David Smith – Nessville.me In the half light of early morning on October 7 1965 17 year old David Smith called Hyde police from a telephone box on Hattersley overspill estate in Manchester The story that he had to tell—of theKINDLE Witness Author David Smith Nessville.me In the half light of early morning on October 7 1965 17 year old David Smith called Hyde police from a telephone box on Hattersley overspill estate in Manchester The story that he had to tell—of the In the half light of early morning on October year old David Smith called Hyde police from a telephone box on Hattersley overspill estate in Manchester The story that he had to tell—of the brutal murder he had Witnessed the previous evening—set in moti.

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  1. Meconopsis Lingholm Meconopsis Lingholm says:

    Paperback Ý Witness PDF Ì witness pdf, Witness eBookI own and have read carol ann lee's one of our own but I was unaware of this one until last week when I read mr smith had passed away I looked at reviews before heading to the library to find this and many reviews online complain of mr smith's writingso I was prepared for bad writingI was stunned to discover that the other reviewers were MIGHTY mistaken mr smith's parts his memoirs are remarkably and beautifully written his voice is absolutely incredible and this book couldnt possibly have been so harrowing without his actual voice this is nothing against ms lee whose previous book on myra hindley is very highly recommended by me david smith's story is so well done that you dont just read along toddling to this thought and that


  2. Carol Mcleod Carol Mcleod says:

    Paperback Ý Witness PDF Ì witness pdf, Witness eBookA fantastic book I was horrified to read what David Smith had to go through and this book really moved me Sadly David Smith died earlier this year I personally think this man should have been hailed as a hero for what he did by reporting Ian Brady Myra Hindley as he most certainly brought an end to their horrendous reign of terror and for sure


  3. Pete daPixie Pete daPixie says:

    Paperback Ý Witness PDF Ì witness pdf, Witness eBookDavid Smith does not exist in Wikipedia world Just a brief mention under the heading of Moors Murders How he must wish that the past fifty years in the real world could have provided the same anonymityHaving read Carol Ann Lee's 'One Of Your Own' in 2011 documenting the 'life and death of Myra Hindley' I found this stunning book 'Witness The Story of David Smith Chief Prosecution


  4. Rob Twinem Rob Twinem says:

    Paperback Ý Witness PDF Ì witness pdf, Witness eBookThis is a magnificent book in so many ways It is not only an extremelly well researched and heart rending story of a man whoose life was destroyed by doing good but also a fantastic social study of working class Manchester in the 60's In parts it reads like a thriller there are so many memorable descritpions but one of the most thought provoking is when David Smith is present in court to give evidence at Chester AssizesIan and Myra sit together in the dock so near that I'm convinced I can smell them her hair lacuer and his aftershave Their physical presence goes through me like an electrical volt Ian wears his grey trousers and jacket with the waistcoat beneath; Myra is in a speckled suit with a yellow blouse that should soften her face but doesn't Her hair is white blonde a candyfloss ball while Ian is as immaculately groomed as ever His head is bent as he speaks softly to Myra and she listens nodding slowly Then she


  5. Mymymble Mymymble says:

    Paperback Ý Witness PDF Ì witness pdf, Witness eBookThe Moor Murderers were pretty much a bogy couple when I was a childThen because of a short lived Britbox relationship I watched See No Evil and wanted to know of the man whose confession could have landed him in gaol But the actors were well in their 20sThen when I read it I saw that this wasn't a man hero First book cry of 2020He was a brave heroic childHorrible young backgr


  6. Lynda Kelly Lynda Kelly says:

    Paperback Ý Witness PDF Ì witness pdf, Witness eBookAn amazing book I've read heaps of books about Brady and Hindley but it was refreshing to hear David's point of view I'm only sad I never got to it while he was alivewhat a life he had While in prison when he was 22 his age was mentioned and I was shocked silly that he was still so young He was only 17 when this whole ghastly story came out thanks to his conscience and one phonecall he made Hard to believe he was that young while this was all going on Both him and Maureen were only kidsOK David was a bit of a wide boy but it was only a front He was truly a decent human being with good values he'd been instilled with by his mum I'm pretty sickened that the people of Manchester took a few scrapes with the law and made him into the 3rd murderer The way him and Maureen were treated was disgusting All credit to them both for standing their ground and not being driven f


  7. Fishface Fishface says:

    Paperback Ý Witness PDF Ì witness pdf, Witness eBookA devastating read written by the man who broke the Moors Murders case He did the right thing and that decision completely destroyed his life and that of his wife the sister of one of the killers It goes to show just how many lives can be ruined when you commit a murder The pain caused by Ian Brady and Myra Hindley spreads in all directions


  8. Karl Karl says:

    Paperback Ý Witness PDF Ì witness pdf, Witness eBookExcellent book and a further indication if needed that people really are idiots Slated for stopping the Moors Murders Well done


  9. Lindsey Strachan Lindsey Strachan says:

    Paperback Ý Witness PDF Ì witness pdf, Witness eBookI wasn't born until 1981 but despite that cant remember a time when I wasn't aware of the Moors murders case I have an interest in true crime anyway but this case just seems to have pervaded the collective consciousness of the nation in a way no other has and hence I have taken a real interest in it and read much of what has been


  10. Theresa Turner Theresa Turner says:

    Paperback Ý Witness PDF Ì witness pdf, Witness eBookWitness which is also written under the title Evil Relationswas a most excellent book to read It is a autobiography based on the life of David Smithchief prosecution in the Moors Murders trial A story that needed to be told for anyone interested in the Moors Murders caseI CANT SAY ENOUGH ABOUT THIS BOOKITS EXCEPTIONALand i highly recommend this book for all True Crime readers


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