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Bill Osinski

reporter, Atlanta-Journal Constitution

Bill Osinski is a journalist who has worked for 11 newspapers, including *the Atlanta Journal-Constitution* for 16 years. His prior work has contributed to the release of a convicted murderer from death row in Ohio and in the opening of a Kentucky state investigation, which established that a previously-exonerated state trooper shot a cop-killing suspect in the back; and he was a finalist for a Pulitzer Prize in investigative reporting for articles exposing illegal practices in the coal mining industry. He lives in metro Atlanta and writes screenplays. Half the author's royalties will be donated to a fund for the assistance of York's victims.