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2018 BOOK RELEASES
The Illuminati need Islam's horde to establish their 'One World Order', infiltrating and destroying nations from the inside out. The secret society wants Nick McCarty's Unholy Alliance and John Harding's Monster Squad gone, along with the new City of Hope in the Sahara, where Arabic peoples have created a wonderland without Islam.
Nick McCarty and John Harding begin to envision the world as a chessboard, where they have been sent as pawns, along with thousands of others, in false flag wars. Not knowing when to cut their losses, the Illuminati Satanic society targets the deadliest killers in the world....Game on!
It started with a frantic call for help from Sebastian Burns and Atif Rafay, when the two boys arrived home at just after 2 a.m. on July 13, 1994, and found Rafay's family brutally beaten to death in their Bellevue, Washington, home. Who would kill this well-liked family in such a horrific way? Police had no physical evidence and no witnesses; the case was a dead end! It was time to bring in Mr. Big!
Mr. Big is a covert investigation where undercover detectives create a fictitious criminal gang and seduce their suspects into joining them in their criminal activities, and police would soon gain their suspects' confidence and elicit a confession from them.
Burns and Rafay would eventually confess on tape to undercover detectives and be convicted of the three murders of Rafay's family. In the last 25 years, the RCMP (Royal Canadian Mounted Police) have run more than 350 Mr. Big operations on suspects of crimes where there was no evidence found and have had a 95% success rate in prosecution.
It was in July 2014 when the Supreme Court of Canada ruled unanimously that confessions arising from the Mr. Big operations would be considered presumptively inadmissible on another case against Nelson Hart. The Mr. Big Sting in the Hart case was said to have overwhelming inducements, veiled threats of violence, and intimidation and considered an abuse of process by the police.
So now what will happen to the hundreds of other cases that have been tried by this unreliable procedure in which the Mr. Big coerced confession was the only evidence used to convict the suspect? This book will cover the cases that have now been brought back into court on appeals based on the Mr. Big operation, and will explain the outcomes.
The Mad, Bad and Dangerous: Volume I, is a collection of true stories about murders committed by men from widely differing backgrounds. One was the spoiled, eccentric son of wealthy parents.
At the opposite end of the social spectrum was an impetuous rural youth who was a petty thief, obsessed with the power of a gun. The suspect in the massacre of almost an entire family was a farm boy with a history of mental illness. Another youth with a disturbing past stalked young women.
A band of criminal brothers made a cold, calculating decision to permanently silence a witness. These men were separated by time and place, but had one thing in common. They were killers!
No Mercy features John Harding and his Monsters need Nick McCarty's Unholy Trio for a cruise mission on their personal warship 'Ranger' to Khaled Hanniyeh's place on the Mexican Isla Maria Magdalena. Khaled built an estate there, protected for a price by the Mexican authorities.
Throw in a book signing, another violent Chicago adjustment, sea assaults, and a UFC Heavyweight Championship bout with Death-Claw, Ian Wolf, for yet another dangerous and dark humor adventure with the bloodiest, politically incorrect killers of all time.
A family of three tied up, each with a gun to their head, 'Where's the money? Where's the fucking money?' one of the intruders yelled. A petrified daughter tortured and forced to listen to her parents being shot in cold blood. 'I heard shots, like pops,' she told the 911 operator, 'somebody's broke into our home, please, I need help!' Was this a home invasion? Or something else, more sinister, a deadly betrayal.
The real-life horror story that happened inside the Pan family home shocked their normally peaceful upscale Toronto neighborhood. The Pans were an example of an immigrant family. Hann and his wife, Bich Pan, fled from Vietnam to Canada after the U.S.-Vietnamese war to find a better life. Their daughter, Jennifer, was an Olympic-caliber figure skater, an award-winning pianist, and a straight A student.
The Pans worked their way up in this rags-to-riches story, now living in a beautiful home with luxury cars in the driveway. Was it these expensive items that lured three intruders with guns into their home on the night of November 8, 2010?
Find out what really happened when seasoned true crime reporter and author, Alan R. Warren, takes you through the details as they unfold in this book of a Deadly Betrayal.
Violence and mayhem in Africa is the norm with an estimated 49 persons murdered in the country of South Africa daily while acquiring one of the highest rates of rape on Earth. Fear of HIV and AIDS finds South Africa ranked among the worst nations for child and baby rape, as many sexual predators believe only young children are "clean.'
In such an atmosphere, serial killers flourish. Hearts of Darkness presents 63 notable African cases, arranged chronologically by the years when specific slayers were active—or, in the case of those still unidentified, when they were known to operate. No names of facts have been altered.
The truth is grim enough.