Lone Star Book Blitz – Aggravated by Michael Sirois

AGGRAVATED

By Michael Sirois

Publisher: Truth Boots Publishing, LLC

Pages: 389 Pages

Pub Date: December 11th, 2020

Categories: True Crime / Criminal Procedural Law

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Steve’s accuser originally gave vague dates for the crime but soon abandoned those dates and even replaced the details of her claims with new ones. There was no forensic evidence, no DNA, no physical evidence of any kind: nothing but his accuser’s words. The author wondered if he could prove that her accusations were false. But how?

Using affidavits, court transcripts, and interviews, along with additional evidence from public information requests and other factual data, the book lays out a devastating portrait of an untruthful accuser, an overzealous prosecutor, a jury that made a deal to swap votes in order to gain a conviction, and the series of lies that led to that outcome.

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After running educational outreach programs at Rice University for seven years, Michael Sirios retired and lives with his wife, Minay, in Spring, Texas, where he is hard at work on a thriller, The Hawthorn’s Sting, and a mystery/thriller, Murder Between Friends, hoping to have a first draft of at least one of them by late-2021. Ideas for a few more are also floating around in that scary place called his brain. Stay tuned.

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4 thoughts on “Lone Star Book Blitz – Aggravated by Michael Sirois”

    1. This story does seem like a recounting of a really harrowing experience.
      Thanks for the kind words about the new blog look. I really like it, too. It’s still a work in progress in some ways. Not all of the pages are redone with the new template, but I got the blog pages ready right away.

    1. You’re welcome, Michael. I look forward to reading the book when I get a chance. And thanks for stopping by to acknowledge the post. That’s such a great courtesy that I really appreciate.

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