Ten Years – An Incredible True Story of Corruption, Injustice and the Triumph of the Human Spirit by Roseanne Catt with Mark Whittaker and Amy Willesee

10yrsPan Macmillan (2005)

I still burn with indignation about what happened to Roseanne. The judge said it himself. This was a “malicious prosecution”. The cops didn’t get it wrong. They got it exactly the way they wanted. Ten Years is the story of how an innocent woman came to be one of the longest-serving prisoners in New South Wales, and of her fight for justice. Roseanne Catt’s account is one of brutality and corruption – both inside and outside of jail – but it’s also an inspiring tale of extraordinary courage and spirit.

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