Police misconduct ran deep in Brevard County, Florida, in 1981. Following a grisly murder on the beach, William Michael Dillon finds himself the chief suspect. The trial, based on law enforcement-manufactured evidence, reveals the dark underbelly of conviction corruption so evil it shocks the soul. Dillon refuses to let his fate be determined by a "good ol' boys" network that spans from the sheriff to the courtroom to the state attorney's office. In this intimate account, Dillon takes the reader on his journey from "lifer" and the hard-core brutality of prison to exoneration and vindication. This searing, true-life exposé of one man standing up against a corrupt system unveils an ongoing conspiracy and cover-up, revealing one of the darkest stains on Florida's judicial history.
If you think this could never happen to you, read FRAMED… and think again.