Ever since the 2014 podcast named Serial spearheaded by This American Life producer Sarah Koneg, revisited the 1999 trial and subsequent sentencing of Adnan Saed for the murder of Hae Min Lee, bringing new widespread media attention to a case that is already nearly 20 years old This sudden surge of interest in a case that was decided upon such a long time ago, has led to a reexamination of the circumstances in which Mr Saed was charged and a call for a retrial While these new proceedings are still in the process of unfolding this book seeks to take a look back at that fateful day on January 13th 1999 when the world lost a promising young magnet student and Lacrosse star Hae Min Lee And the aftermath that led to the imprisonment that so many have now called into question, of a man who was by all accounts loved by his community Adnan Saed....
|Title||:||Unsolved Mystery : The Murder of Hae Min Lee|
|Publisher||:||CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform July 9, 2016|
|Number of Pages||:||26 pages|
|File Size||:||596 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Unsolved Mystery : The Murder of Hae Min Lee Reviews
It's not a book. It's just a long article that takes 10 minutes to read and echoes 99% of all articles found online. Don't waste your money.
Unfortunately, this is not a book. This is a high-school writing level term paper with a cover. The information is incorrect and the text isn't proofread. At one point, the author refers to Sarah Koenig from Serial by the wrong name.
Total waste of money.
This is more of an overview of the case and doesn't go into detail. It's a very quick read. If I paid for it i would have been disappointed.
Great mini book about the Unsolved Murder of Hae Min Lee
I haven't even read past page 1 and am already done with it. When you can't even spell the last name of the main character of this story besides Hae correctly, you shouldn't be writing this at all. Syed not Saed... Just saying
I'd give it no stars if I could. Listened to serial and the undisclosed podcasts So much missing from this book too short and ill informed. Not written very well at all.
Terrible grammar and glaring mistakes.