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Stephen J. Goldfarb

Stephen J. Goldfarb is on the staff of the Atlanta-Fulton Public Library in Atlanta, Georgia.

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Framed, October 1996 | Vol. 47, No. 6
A newly discovered document casts a disturbing light on exactly how Frank’s prosecutor won his case

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