Chainsaw's Justice

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International Specialized Book Service Incorporated, Jul 31, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 267 pages
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"The mob was angry at the death of the drunken pedophile who had bragged to his buddies that very morning that he was going to "kill Skip Roth." This is the true story of an American artist; an artist whose life was altered when he was forced to confront a child molester and, subsequently, the skewed justice of small-town America." "Skip Roth's rise in the art world was interrupted when his twelve-year-old son was molested by a pedophile. Violence ensued, as the man escalated his attacks on Skip and his family. Skip had to act decisively to defend the people he loves when they were confronted by the armed pedophile. Skip acted in self-defense, but was charged with second-degree murder. He was unjustly convicted. After spending three years in maximum security prisons, Roth has decided to tell his incredible story in this autobiography. This is the narrative of his unique experience."--BOOK JACKET.

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