The Intruder – The Muder of Albert Snyder

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When: Sunday, March 20th 1927

Who:

  1. Henry Judd Gray: Suspect
  2. Ruth Snider: Victims Wife
  3. Albert Snyder: Victim
  4. Lorraine Snyder: Daughter, 9 years old. 
  5. George Vincent McLaughlin: New York City Police Commissioner

More information about the case

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruth_Snyder

https://www.americanheritage.com/she-had-die#1

https://law.jrank.org/pages/2883/Ruth-Snyder-Judd-Gray-Trial-1927.html

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Vincent_McLaughlin


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★★★★

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It’s robust, in-depth and densely investigated from every angle, with the authors conducting over 200 interviews and reviewing thousands of pages of court documents to deftly present to readers all the ins and outs of a corrupt system.

I’m wholly impressed with this nonfiction account of Mississippi’s completely fucking horrific justice system and two men in particular who should be punched in the throat every time they step outside.

Like, top to bottom, what the actual fuck are we doing as a society that anything in this book was allowed to happen?

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It’s Thursday, almost the weekend!
You know what that means?
It’s time for this week’s book review: Uncle John’s True Crime: A Classic Collection of Crooks, Cops, and Capers by the Bathroom Readers’ Institute!

Book Description

Title: Uncle John’s True Crime: A Classic Collection of Crooks, Cops, and Capers
Series: Uncle John’s Facts and Trivia
Author: Bathroom Readers’ Institute
Edition: Ebook > Libby
Length: 288
Genre/s: Nonfiction, Crime, True Crime, Reference > Trivia
Rating: 4 Golden Eggs

Blurb (Goodreads)

You’ll be on the edge of your seat reading tales of cops, robbers, criminals, and lawyers with this little tome that packs a lot of heat.

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Jodi Huisentruit was a news anchor from Mason City Iowa. Jodi was originally from Long Prairie MN. She went to college at St. Cloud University, was also a flight attendant for a little bit of time. She worked for KIMT as a morning news anchor.

Jodi

June 27th 1995 at about 4 in the morning Jodi’s coworker called and woke her up because she was late. She said that she was going to be there in 10 minutes. She never made it to work. When Jodi hadn’t answered the second phone call at 4:30 AM or the one at 5AM they assumed she fell back asleep. When Jodi hadn’t made an appearance by 7:30AM, they called the police for a wellness check. Police walked up to her car and found her belongings spread about. The mirror on her red Mazda Miata bent backwards, the key to her car was bent…

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