If you don’t do it right the first time, you’ll get to do it again!

On July 22, 1916, San Francisco held a Preparedness Day Parade to show its readiness for World War I.  Just as the parade started, a bomb went off and wiped out a contingent of the marchers.  San Francisco was in the midst of a number of violent labor strikes and the San Francisco chamber of commerce used the horror to railroad two labor organizers, Tom Mooney and Warren Billings, to death row where they lived until they were pardoned in 1939.  The conviction was IN SPITE OF THE FACT Mooney could prove he was nowhere near the site of the bombing.  He was, in fact, on top of a building more than a mile away from where bomb exploded.  This is the photo he presented to prove where he was – and the arrow on the left identifies a clock on the sidewalk with the exact time the photo was taken. Just because you do not like someone does not make them guilty. If you get dragged from the truth by your beliefs, you will never learn the truth. To date, no one knows who set off the bomb or why. [See my books at https://authormasterminds.com/master-of-the-impossible-crime. See my webinar at http://bit.ly/2zjyiYG.]

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