Deadly Shootings

Deadly Shootings

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In this first volume, Scott K. Murphy dives into five of the most violent, deadly and shocking shootouts in the American modern history: 1. February 28, 1997: The North Hollywood Shootout between two heavily armed bank robbers and officers of the Los Angeles Police Department. 2. April 20, 1999: The Columbine High School Massacre committed by the two disturbed students, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, and claimed the life of 12 innocent students and one heroic teacher. 3. February 24, 2005: The Smith County Courthouse Shootout perpetrated by gunman David Hernandez Arroyo, Sr. who decided to opened fire on his ex-wife and 22 year-old son. 4. March 21, 2005: The Red Lake Massacre committed by 16-year old Jeff Weise; a massacre 10 people lost their lives, including the shooter. 5. October 2, 2006: The devastating Amish School Shooting perpetrated by the disturbed Charles Carl Roberts IV who shot, execution-style, five young girls, aged 6 to 13, before killing more

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  • Paperback | 176 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 10.16mm | 322.05g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514300214
  • 9781514300213

About Scott K Murphy

Scott K. Murphy was born and raised in Arizona. After graduating from High-School in 1976, he followed his father's footsteps, and enlisted in the US Marines. After 16 years of services, in 1992, he became a Private Investigator at one of the largest criminal law firms in Los Angeles. During his 20-year career, Scott worked on many high-profile cases including the murders of Philip Edward Phil Hartman, Ennis Cosby, or Danielle Nicole van Dam. He also investigated several unsolved crimes, including the murder Nicole Brown Simpson and her boyfriend Ronald Lyle Goldman, and the murder of Christopher George Latore Wallace. In 2012, after more than thirty five years away from his home state, he moved back to Arizona to work with local law enforcement agencies in training their agents in the criminal investigation procedure and interviews more

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