Mockery Of Justice Daniel talks with Sam Reese Sheppard and Cynthia Cooper about their book "Mockery of Justice." Sam Reese Shepard is the son of Dr. Sam Sheppard, the man accused and jailed back in 1954 for killing his wife. The case was the inspiration for the television series "The Fugitive." Sheppard and Cooper have with some investigators uncovered evidence that they say proves that Sheppard''s father was indeed innocent of the crime. His conviction was overturned by the Supreme Court in 1966. Sheppard and Cooper say they are pretty sure they know who did it.
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Daniel talks with Sam Reese Sheppard and Cynthia Cooper about their book "Mockery of Justice." Sam Reese Shepard is the son of Dr. Sam Sheppard, the man accused and jailed back in 1954 for killing his wife. The case was the inspiration for the television series "The Fugitive." Sheppard and Cooper have with some investigators uncovered evidence that they say proves that Sheppard''s father was indeed innocent of the crime. His conviction was overturned by the Supreme Court in 1966. Sheppard and Cooper say they are pretty sure they know who did it.