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"Swift Justice" is a book written by Harry Farrell.
- also known as "Swift Justice: Murder and Vengeance in a California Town", Swift Justice: Murder & Vengeance In A California Town
- language: English Language
- genre: Non-fiction
- released in (23 years ago)
Swift Justice is an American television series which aired on UPN from March 13, 1996 to July 31, 1996.
- begun on and completed on (18 years ago)
- 13 episodes of 60 minutes each
- country: United States of America
- created by Dick Wolf
- regular cast:
- genre: Crime Fiction
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swift justice is the stepmother of misfortune. Festing-penny [fr. festnian, Sax., to confirm], earnest given to servants when hired or retained in service. Festinum remedium, a prompt redress. Festum stultorum, the feast of fools, anciently observed ...
by Gerald N. Hill, Kathleen Hill
Swift justice was meted out to Giuseppe Zangara, who tried to shoot President-elect Franklin D. Roosevelt in Florida on February 15, 1933, but mortally wounded Chicago Mayor Anton Cermak instead. Cermak died ...
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