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The Case against DA Michael O'Keefe

Discussion in 'Entertainment & Literature' started by cc3915, Jun 25, 2011.

  1. cc3915

    cc3915 MassCops Angel Staff Member

    The book (REASONABLE DOUBT by Peter Manso) is explosive for many reasons, not the least of which is that Peter Manso reveals that the wrong man is likely in jail as the result of inept law enforcement and a trial fraught with racial profiling.
    The story:
    Author Peter Manso (PTown: Art, Sex and Money on the Outer Cape; Mailer: His Life and Times, and Brando) has fought long and hard, and put himself in danger to tell this story -- refusing to be silenced.
    The story of the Worthington murder, the investigation and the crime has been covered in the news, but Manso tells the real story and why he thinks the murderer is still out there on the Cape.
    One recent story about O'Keefe, "The DA's New Clothes, or, McCowen Unbound", drew over 220 comments.

    The Case against DA Michael O'Keefe
     
  2. cc3915

    cc3915 MassCops Angel Staff Member

    A Dish Best Served Cold From Manso

    It's probably too late, the damage to his reputation already too immense, but O'Keefe should probably avoid all contact with anyone who will ever write a book.
    First came the catty snarling about O'Keefe from Maria Flook, whose "Invisible Eden: A Story of Love and Murder on Cape Cod" appeared in the spring of 2003, little more than a year after Christa Worthington was stabbed to death in her Truro cottage.
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    The image of O'Keefe answering the door for Flook clad only in a towel in an apparent clumsy come-on was so indelible that it became the basis for a hilarious image of O'Keefe on the cover of the Cape Cod Voice newspaper.
    The image of O'Keefe allegedly answering the door for Flook clad only in a towel in an apparent clumsy come-on was so indelible that it became the basis for a hilarious Photoshopped image of O'Keefe on the cover of the Cape Cod Voice newspaper.
    O'Keefe's disparaging remarks about Worthington in "Invisible Eden" as a promiscuous "equal opportunity employer" and "slob" eager to bed nearly anyone prompted immediate scorn and anger. The Worthington family petitioned the state attorney general to take O'Keefe off the case, leading O'Keefe to apologize to them and claim he'd been misquoted.

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