The Attica turkey shoot : carnage, cover-up, and the pursuit of justice
The Attica Turkey Shoot tells a story that New York State did not want you to know. In 1971, following a prison riot at the Attica Correctional Facility, state police and prison guards slaughtered thirty-nine hostages and inmates and tortured more than one thousand men after they had surrendered. State officials pretended that they could not successfully prosecute the law officers who perpetrated this carnage, and then those same officials scurried for shelter when a prosecutor named Malcolm Bell exposed the cover-up.
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|Bell Memorial Library - Nunda||365.64 BEL (Text)
|Mount Morris Library||365.64 Bel (Text)
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