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Title Twelfth Victim : the Innocence of Caril Fugate in the Starkweather Murder Rampage.
Imprint Addicus Books, 2014.

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Description 1 online resource
Series An Addicus nonfiction book
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Subject Fugate, Caril Ann.
Starkweather, Charles Raymond, 1938-1959.
Fugate, Caril Ann.
Starkweather, Charles Raymond, 1938-1959.
Criminals -- Biography.
Mass murder -- Nebraska.
Trials (Murder) -- Nebraska.
Nebraska.
Genre Electronic book.
Biographies.
Contents Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Part I. Caril Fugate's Story: The Beginning; Part II. Starkweather's Rampage; Part III. The Arrests; Part IV. The Trial of Charles Starkweather; Part V. The Trial of Caril Fugate; Summary; Epilogue; Appendix; About the Authors.
Summary When Charles Starkweather was arrested in 1958 at only 19 years of age, he gained notoriety as America's first spree killer, and his 15-year-old girlfriend, Caril Fugate, became the youngest female in U.S. history to be tried and sentenced for first-degree murder-a sentence that this investigation questions through analyzing years of research. Accomplished attorneys Linda M. Battisti and John Stevens Berry contribute intelligent insights into a case that still stirs debate even 50 years later, and which inspired pop culture surrounding what was considered by most to be a gruesome love story. S.
Other Title Print version: 9781306709613