'The time was the early 1960's'
Alan Dershowitz seemed a little too harsh
in his review of Sebastian Junger's new book 'A Death in Belmont.'
So I've picked up a copy and will settle the matter later with my own mini-Hub Blog review. ... Dershowitz's points are well taken about truth and storytellers such as Junger. But he thinks and argues like a trial lawyer. Do trial lawyers always seek and get at the 'truth'? Did they in the O.J. Simpson and Claus von Bulow cases? Here's a quote from Alan in an Amazon summary of Dershowitz's own bestseller 'Reversal of Fortune'
: "Over time I became convinced that von Bulow was probably innocent. Eventually I became nearly certain." ... Probably?
... Hmmm. ...