The Killing of Anna Nicole Smith

The Killing of Anna Nicole Smith

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In The Killing of Anna Nicole Smith, retired judge Larry Seidlin unveils the truth about one of the most watched trial in television history. Based on his observations, eye witness accounts, trial transcripts and confidential files, he delivers a 3 year in-depth investigation on what really happened on February 8th 2007, the day Anna Nicole Smith passed away. .Who was responsible for the death of Anna Nicole and her son Daniel? .Why should mother and son, both with no previous health problems, meet such sudden ends? .Why was Daniel's body, quickly buried in the Bahamas? .Did Howard K. Stern give both Anna Nicole and Daniel a lethal mix of toxic drugs? .Did Howard K. Stern also control the medications Anna Nicole took? The answers to these and other burning questions are provided in this new and explosive book.
Publisher: Montreal, Quebec : Transit, c2010.
ISBN: 9781926745336
Characteristics: xx, 337 p., [15] p. of plates :,ill. (chiefly col.) ;,24 cm.


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Feb 24, 2014

The author of this book comes off as someone with a LARGE ego. Even compares himself to a king when someone was curious about a decision. He says' No one questions the king". Thinks he is doing God's work. I don't know about that, but the facts of the trial and inquest of Daniel's death/murder was fascinating. I read it in about 2-3 days. The Birkhead testimony/cover-up to witnessing Daniel's drug use and working with Stern in the end. The day of Danny's death Stern flushed evidence down the toilet. The Bohama's government allowed this with their sloppy non-investigation. Yes, Nicole was an RX druggie whore but it's not her kids fault. Wish they did not have to suffer for her lifestyle. RIP Anna & Danny.

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