Good Kids Bad City
Kyle Swenson

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Kyle Swenson
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Science Fiction
About the Title

Good Kids, Bad City, by Kyle Swenson, is an account of arguably the longest wrongful imprisonment in the United States, one that ultimately resulted in exoneration (MacGillis, 2019). Despite a glaring lack of physical evidence, three young black men — Ronnie Bridgeman, Wiley Bridgeman, and Rickey Jackson — are convicted of the robbery and murder of a white businessman outside a Cleveland convenience store in 1975. The book interweaves the dramatic details of the case with the social and political history of Cleveland, the city that convicted them.

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