By Joan Jacobs Brumberg
Most american citizens regard "kids who kill" as a contemporary phenomenon, however the tragic story of "Kansas Charley" exhibits that violent boys are a long-standing challenge. Charles Miller was once a seventeen–year–old orphan who was once hanged in Wyoming in 1892 for a awful double homicide dedicated while he used to be basically fifteen. This actual tale takes us right into a global of poverty and abuse, revealing the folks and areas that formed Charley's habit, his crime and his punishment. the writer brings to existence a thought–provoking bankruptcy within the background of the juvenile justice system.
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Kansas Charley: The Boy Murderer by Joan Jacobs Brumberg