Michael Mehas Discusses Stolen Boy and Jesse James Hollywood

Michael Mehas, author of Stolen Boy

Denouncing Jesse James Hollywood as being guilty, author Michael Mehas says his book Stolen Boy is a moral tale that touches on the edgy existence of adolescent males.

Michael told of the dilemma he was placed in during the Jesse James Hollywood trial. He had more information about the crime than either the prosecution or the defense. He was supoenaed to deliver the information. If he delivered it, he would ruin the career of a skilled prosecutor trying the case. If he didn’t, Jesse James Hollywood would certainly be convicted and given a death sentence.

Listen to how Michael resolved the dilemma in the interivew below:

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