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Vincent Brothers says he’s a respected teacher and vice principal and should not be accused of killing his wife, three young children, and his mother-in-law. He insists he’s been framed. As a black man he’s convinced his many sexual relations with women, some of them Hispanic, are being used to demonize him in the conservative city of Bakersfield, California. No trustworthy witness has placed him at the crime scene, and there is no physical evidence against him. He was tried in March 2007. What was the verdict?

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Vincent Brothers Mass Murder Trial
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Vincent Brothers mass murder trial
July 10th, 2014
Another waste of money not worth reading
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Vincent Brothers Mass Murder Trial
September 17th, 2013
Poorly written and jumps all over the place. Leaves reader totally confused. No research appears to have been done and certainly nothing to assist in proving or disproving if the suspect is guilty or not. Lacking in detail, research and logical argument. Cannot recommend. Disappointed.
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