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Frameshift - Chapters 6-10 Summary & Analysis

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Five years later, prosecutor Avi Meyer watches TV in his Washington apartment when news comes that John Demjanjuk has been acquitted by the Israeli Supreme Court. Under Israeli law, an appeal is mandatory whenever someone is convicted of a capital offense. Meyer feels that all his work on behalf of OSI is wasted. He's in a state of shock. The conviction is overturned on testimony by witnesses that the Treblinka monster is Ivan Marchenko—not Demjanjuk, although the two men bear a striking resemblance to each other. Meyer realizes that the mistaken identity almost cost the life of an innocent man, Demjanjuk.

Pierre Tardivel earns his PhD in genetics and has a brief, stellar career as a genetics researcher in Canada before he is appointed postdoctoral fellow at the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory. He is assigned to the Human Genome Project. Although he is...

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