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Author Inglis, K. S. (Kenneth Stanley), 1929-2017.

Title The Stuart case / K.S. Inglis.

Published Melbourne : Black Inc., [2002]


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail SpC/UM  345.942302523 STUA/ INGL    NOT FOR LOAN
Edition New ed.
Physical description 404 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Notes First published by Melbourne University Press in 1961.
Summary In the 1950s, Max Stuart was convicted of rape and murder, based on a typed confession written in good English. However, Stuart could hardly speak or write English. As he sat on death row many questions were raised. The case became a watershed for changes in police procedures, racial attitudes and media involvement. Film tie-in.
Local note Special Collections copy donated by the author, K. S. Inglis.
Subject Stuart, Rupert Maxwell -- Trials, litigation, etc.
Hattam, Mary Olive.
Aboriginal Australians -- Australia -- South Australia -- Crime.
Trials (Murder) -- Australia -- South Australia.
Local author Inglis, K. S. (Kenneth Stanley), 1929- Signer.
Local donor Inglis, K. S. (Kenneth Stanley), 1929- Donor.
ISBN 1863952438 : $27.95