Killer Kids

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Don Lasseter
Kensington Publishing Corporation, Dec 6, 1999 - True Crime - 478 pages
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Obsessed by twisted desires and shocking perversions, this new breed of teenage sociopath is consumed by only one thing: the thrill of the kill! Now, in "Killer Kids" come the most savage cases of youthful violence ever reported.

Read the horrifying accounts of:

Pearl, Mississippi, where Luke Woodham, a devotee of a Hitler-worshiping Satanist, allegedly took a rifle and opened fire on a group of fellow high school students, killing his ex-girlfriend along with her companion and wounding seven others.

Paducah, Kentucky, where Michael Carneal, a freshman at Health High School, allegedly drew a .22 caliber from his backpack and opened fire on a prayer group of forty students, killing three girls.

Jonesboro, Arkansas, where Andrew Golden and Mitchell Johnson allegedly carried thirteen weapons to Westside Middle School and unleashed a hail of bullets, injuring ten children and killing four girls and a teacher who had shielded a pupil with her own body.

Phillip Negrete, the Des Moines, Iowa high school gang-leader who crushed a stranger's skull with a hammer for fifty cents and a six-pack of beer.

Georgia's Billy Shane Willingham, who proved his love for his thirteen-year-old bride-to-be by setting fire to his own father.

Yong Ho Han, who fatally stabbed his Long Island classmate with a kitchen knife which he later imbedded in the scalp of a twelve-year-old girl -- all because he wasn't shown the proper respect.

...And other heinous crimes committed by a grisly new brotherhood in blood.

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Don Lasseter has authored a dozen true crime books and more than fifty magazine articles. Lasseter's television appearances include A&E's "American Justice and Biography," Court TV, the Discovery Channel, and CSPAN's Book TV. He is a resident of Orange County, California.

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