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We Do Not Recommend This Book
Reviewed in the United States on December 11, 2018
When it was announced that this book would soon be available I have to
admit that I was skeptical, but Jay Corn stated that his information came
directly from the Electronic Records that were released by the
Carver County Sheriff's Office and the DEA. He also stated that he had
spoken with Detectives and others involved with the case as well. It is because
of this platform, that I decided to read the book. Surely if this man has invested
the time in the files and information, I was curious to see what his thoughts are.
After all the title of the book is:
“The Death Of Prince Rogers Nelson An Investigation”
My copy of the book is full of side notes, highlighted lines, and paragraphs that are
not directly from the Investigation files or the audio interviews and do not coincide
with the CCSO statement transcripts and audio statements. This was shocking to me.
The DEA files that were released in August 2018 which he fails to mention, and they
contained much important detailed information.
From the author's own words, he stated that he “READ THE FILES TWICE”.
Before you spend your money on this book I advise you to find the Electronic Records
as they are a matter of public record.
Then you can see with your own eyes the TRUTH.
I submit to you that this book is not about the investigation. It is a book of fiction.
The author has picked and chosen what HE wants the reader to know which is not
based on fact in the investigation files.
If you are searching for the truth, you will not find it in this book.
I challenge everyone thinking of buying this book during this holiday season to
donate those dollars to a charity or buy a hot meal for a homeless person instead.
We have not taken this review lightly.
Ann Cullom ( 38 Years in Investigations with Law Enforcement background)
and Myself have spent the past 8 months
since the files were released investigating every item contained in the Electronic
Records. A side by side comparison shows that the book does not reflect the exact
information contained in the Electronic Record / Investigation Files. The author has
“cherry picked” his information.