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by James Moore

eBook Human Sacrifice epub
  • ISBN: 0942396987
  • Author: James Moore
  • Genre: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Social Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Blackberry Books; 2nd edition (July 25, 2006)
  • Pages: 418 pages
  • ePUB size: 1494 kb
  • FB2 size 1657 kb
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Human Sacrifice book. This is the story of injustice: an innocent man bulldozed into life. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem.

With The Last Sacrifice, James A. Moore has triumphed yet again, delivering a modern sword and sorcery tale to delight . Moore has laid the groundwork for a trilogy that promises to be loaded with terrifically grim fantasy storytelling. I might even call it epic. Moore has triumphed yet again, delivering a modern sword and sorcery tale to delight old and new fans of the genre. With its intriguing premise, stellar cast of characters, and flavorful horror elements, this is damn good stuff. There is a lot of swift, merciless violence in this book, mingled with an undercurrent of very welcome, if very dark, humor. All of it together takes me back to what made me giddy about epic fantasy way back when.

The Last Sacrifice, the first book in James A. Moore’s Tides of War series, places that conflict at its core. And while it’s an interesting question - what if the gods themselves are the enemy - the book invests a great deal of time in worldbuilding and stage setting, leaving the meat of the plot on the back burner while hopping between points of view. The Last Sacrifice is Grimdark, which is to say it’s brutal and gory, and deals with some of the darker aspects of human behavior.

When they take the family of Brogan McTyre to offer as sacrifice, everything changes. Brogan heads off on a quest to save his family from the Grakhul. The decision this time is costlier than they expected, leading to Brogan and his kin being hunted as criminals and the gods seeking to punish those who’ve defied them.

Human sacrifice is the act of killing one or more humans, usually as an offering to a deity, as part of a ritual. Human sacrifice has been practiced in various cultures throughout history

Human sacrifice is the act of killing one or more humans, usually as an offering to a deity, as part of a ritual. Human sacrifice has been practiced in various cultures throughout history.

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One New Jersey investigator says that sacrificial rites are not only going on today, but can be traced back ninety years in the States alone

Welcome to the terrifying world of ritual sacrifice. Around the world, humans are being trafficked, kidnapped, sold, and enslaved for the specific purpose of sacrifice. One New Jersey investigator says that sacrificial rites are not only going on today, but can be traced back ninety years in the States alone. Jimmy Lee Shreeve takes us on a nightmare journey, following the initial investigations of Scotland Yard into the murder of a five-year-old boy whose torso was found floating in the Thames in 2001, and traveling to. Africa to unveil a grim trade of exporting humans for sacrifice.

A newly revised edition of James Moore's book on the Sarah Cherry Murder case, and the author's belief that the wrong man, Dennis Dechaine, is spending his life in jail for the crime when all of the scientific evidence points elsewhere.
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Jim Moore recounts with precision the story of Sarah Cherry's abduction and murder. Wisely, he chooses not to embellish the story, for the bare facts are dramatic and chilling on their own.

It's a good read, but the claim that the book proves convicted murderer Dennis Dechaine's innocence is hype. In fact, Moore all but hangs his entire argument for Dechaine's innocence on the estimated time of Cherry's death. Unfortunately, he never addresses the possibility that Cherry was mortally wounded but not dead when her killer left her side. This is strange since, at the trial, the coroner refused to commit to the length of time it likely took to strangle Cherry. He explained that victims have been known to resume breathing even after five minutes of constant strangulation.

The state psychologist's report does little more than portray a sober Dechaine as a nice, smart, guy. It is not "evidence," though it is presented as such. It is an opinion, and a rather superficial, noncommital one at that (it can be read at trialanderrordennis.org.) Asked if Dechaine may have been in a drug-induced pyschosis the day of the crime, the psychologist hardly responds with a resounding negative--after all, he did not see Dechaine that day. He is tentative when he opines it is unlikely Dechaine were psychotic, referring to the literature he's read. What is notable is that he apparently has no first-hand experience with drug users. This is too bad because Dechaine's drug use is presented as occasional and relatively harmless, but the anecdotes, among them the fact that Dechaine injected amphetamines, suggest otherwise. Dechaine's wife even broke down the bathroom door when she suspected her husband was using. This seems the reaction of a woman worn out by repeated abuses, not someone upset about the "now and then."

Read the book and decide for yourself. Even if you disagree with Moore, you will be a captive audience.
With reluctance I read a borrowed copy of this book. The author James Moore is a retired govenment employee with some law enforcement background, but has never investigated a rape or murder. He brings no particular expertise to this critique of a heinous rape and murder of a adolescent girl. The writing is amateurish, mostly unreadable, and dull. His argument that Duchaine is innocent is flimsy beyond belief. Of all the murder cases to pick, why did Moore pick one with overwhelming evidence of guilt? More to the point, why whould he choose to advocate for the innocence of a man who raped and murdered a little girl after shooting up speed, and who got caught walking out of the woods near her body, and where the rope used to tie her body was found in his truck. Oh yeah, they also found a recipt with his name on it that he dropped in her driveway. P.S., He confessed too. Moore's book really is an outrage. He should be ashamed.
Two experts who make erroneous time of death estimates are cited by the author as evidence proving that Cherry could not have been killed until after police towed Dechaine's truck away. One of these experts pretends that Cherry wasn't buried in a shallow grave under several inches of sticks and brush. The covering was so thick that searcher actually walked right into her. Kicking the grave ended up causing some covering to fall off her head and allowed it to be seen thus alerting them she was there. It took an effort just to unbury her. As a result of being covered up insect activity was kept to a minimum. The expert cited by the author pretended that her body was totally exposed and declares that an exposed body would have had more insect activity if it had been there more than 1 day.

The other expert cited by the author pretends that the mean temperature from the time Cherry was missing until her body was found was around 90 degrees. The mean temperature was in fact around 70 degrees from 6pm Wednesday until 2pm Friday. It got cool in the evening and in the woods where her body was it never got to 90 degrees. Using the fake mean temperature of around 90 degrees he then said she would have to have been out of Rigor within 36 hours of death though there is no such thing as a hard fast rule that is that exact. The truth though is that at a mean temperature of 70 degrees rigor generally will start to dissipate around 30 hours after death and will generally be gone around 48 hours of death. So it means she died more than 30 hours earlier but less than 48 hours before she was autopsied. Her autopsy was at 3:20pm Friday so this means she died after 3pm Wednesday but by 3am Thursday. The stomach evidence supports her death being killed a few hours after she ate lunch.

The bottom line is that the claim she can't have died before Dechaine was with the police is blatantly untrue. She could have died anytime between 3PM and 3AM.

The bogus claim that Cherry had to have died after police took Dechaine's truck away is relied upon for one of the most absurd framing theories I have ever heard. Get ready for a good laugh. We are supposed to believe that:

A) Someone decided to rape and kill Cherry while she was babysitting though only family and close friends knew she was going to babysit. It was the first time she was going to that house to babysit so no one could have been aware of it being a habit.

B) This person saw Dechaine's truck on the side of the road and decided to look through the truck for things to use in order to frame Dechaine for the crime he planned to commit. This person cut a piece of rope off a spool of rope that was in the tuck, stole a scarf, bandana and spiral notebook which happened to have a auto-body receipt tucked inside which had Dechaine's name and address on it.

C) This person decided not to rape and kill Cherry at the house though the other was not to return until after 3PM. Instead this person left the notebook and receipt in the driveway to frame Dechaine and drove away with her

D) This person then drove around with her for 13 or more hours unnoticed though police set up a checkpoint in the area

E) This person somehow managed to elude police and more amazingly managed to figure out that police found Dechaine's truck and even knew exactly where they found it. Maybe the author would like us to believe the killer was spying on police even watching to where the police dog tracked from the vehicle to- that location was subsequently identified as where Cherry was killed- piece of cut rope was even found there in the light.

F) After 3AM when the truck was finally taken away the killer took her to the exact location the dog tracked to, and raped and killed her on that spot. The killer cut a piece off the rope (because it was too long) leaving it on the ground and used the rest to tie her and gagged her with the bandana. He raped her and killed her by strangling her with Dechaine's rope. He even stabbed her with a tiny knife the same size as one Dechaine carried on his keychain. Since we are pretending he knows everything including where Dechaine's truck was found why not pretend he knew he carried a small knife on his keychain. He then buried her 100 feet away from where she was killed. He did this figuring they would search more int he daylight for her near the truck and eventually would find her body and then blame Dechaine since it was close to where they took his truck away.

I told you it was good this is the nonsense the author would like us to believe. There is no way the killer would be in the area spying on police in order to see where they found his truck and see where the dog tracked to and then to go rape and kill her there after police took the truck away. This is one of the dumbest things I have ever heard.

Naturally the author ignores things like Dechaine lying to police about leaving his keys in his truck to pretend maybe someone stole his truck and used it to transport her body there. Or Dechaine's truck being seen leave the kidnapping house around the time of the kidnapping. Dechaine described the house Cherry was kidnapped from and claimed he stopped at the bottom of her driveway to take a leak in the trees near the house and claimed this must be how his notebook and receipt got at the scene. This proves he was indeed near the house or he would not have been able to describe it.

The author's claims are beyond laughable.
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