Have you ever imagined the life of a vigilante to be exciting?
Do you see them as righters of wrongs and seekers of justice?
Or are they something more sinister?
Vigilantes occupy a curious space in our collective psyche. On one hand, they are seen as almost modern knights, seeking truth and justice where the law has failed, while on the other they are no better than the criminals they seek, operating outside of normal societal conventions.
In this book, Vigilantes and the Media: 8 Horrific True Crime Stories of Vigilantes, we examine the lives of real vigilantes who often had their own agendas, like:
Manuel Pardo Jr, who killed drug dealers and other criminals
Pedro Filho who tackled Brazil’s murderers and rapists with a ruthless brutality
Patrick Drum, who killed pedophiles for fun
Bernard Goetz who became tired of New York’s subway muggers and exacted his own revenge
Barry Gilton and Lupe Mercado who took revenge on a gang only for their own sordid lives to be revealed
Each of the cases examined is true and each one of the vigilantes portrayed has their own shocking secret and motive behind their actions.
What Amazon readers are saying:
★★★★★ “This book will either cement your opinion or make you think about what is really going on and what is sometimes a better system than the courts.”
★★★★★ “I’ve never read a book about this subject before but I was happily kept busy reading from start to finish! Highly recommend if you’re sick of the same stories.”
★★★★★ “I had not heard of any of the cases in the book before. Made a very interesting read. I liked it!”
★★★★★ “Do people invent justifiable reasons to commit a crime? This is sometimes the case. It’s something you keep asking yourself when you read this book. I enjoyed asking that a lot.”
★★★★★ “Eight true crime tales that only Mr. Becker knows how to deliver. Check it out for yourself, you will not be disappointed.”
★★★★★ “I have read some about these killers before, but Ryan always manages to find facts on the cases that I’m not familiar with. Thanks, Ryan for another great book!”
Read on and be amazed at how these people took the law into their own hands, often for the most spurious of reasons and often for their own gain as well.