Download Murder on the Rails. The True Story of the Detective Who by William Palmini, Tanya Chalupa PDF

By William Palmini, Tanya Chalupa

While a down-on-his-luck Vietnam veteran is bludgeoned and stabbed to loss of life in his campsite with regards to a railroad crossing, Detective Sergeant invoice Palmini has a intestine feeling that this is often simply the top of the iceberg. Taking command, he quickly embeds a relied on informant into the shadowy lifestyle of rail hoppers. What the veteran cop does not be aware of, in spite of the fact that, is that the assassin is already millions of miles away and the brutal killing is only one of ratings, most likely hundreds and hundreds, he has dedicated. Following the killer's bloody path of loss of life and terror over an eightmonth interval, Palmini learns of a violent, predatory pack of criminals: the FTRA. Freight educate Riders of the United States. This drug-fueled, counter-culture gang from hell lives by means of a vicious code of theft, rape and homicide at the rails--and Palmini's prey is one among its so much feared individuals. The killer, Robert Silveria, is captured and Palmini starts off to interrogate him. a wierd, inexplicable bond varieties among them. As the...

Show description

Read or Download Murder on the Rails. The True Story of the Detective Who Unlocked the Shocking Secrets of the Boxcar... PDF

Similar true crime books

Killer Show

On February 20, 2003, the deadliest rock live performance in U. S. heritage happened at a roadhouse known as The Station in West Warwick, Rhode Island. That evening, within the couple of minutes it takes to play a hard-rock regular, the destiny of a number of the unsuspecting nightclub buyers was firm with lousy sure bet.

Picture Perfect: The Jodi Arias Story

Mormon motivational speaker Travis Alexander, was once enthusiastic about a dating with a stunning photographer, until eventually it grew to become lethal. ..
In June 2008, in Mesa, Arizona, the physique of 30-year-old Travis Alexander used to be came across brutally murdered in his domestic. He were shot within the face, slashed around the throat, and stabbed within the center. Alexander have been a religious Mormon, good-looking and hard-working, cherished by means of all, and his demise got here as a massive shock.

Suspicion pointed to 1 lady: Jodi Arias. Travis had met Jodi at a convention 18 months earlier, and he used to be immediately interested in the attractive aspiring photographer. Separated by way of four hundred miles, they begun an extended distance courting. It turned transparent to Travis's buddies, besides the fact that, that Jodi used to be much more invested within the courting than he used to be. Travis was once seeing a number of ladies, and his courting with Jodi ultimately got here to finish. yet instead of circulation on, Jodi moved from her domestic in Palm wasteland, California to inside simply miles of Travis's domestic, the place she persevered to insert herself into his existence.

Homicide by the Rich and Famous: A Century of Prominent Killers

Many folks show surprise and horror once they pay attention of a filthy rich or celebrity killing someone else. As a society, we appear to count on the wealthy and well-known to act greater, to devote fewer crimes, to be proof against the passions that encourage different, much less admired humans to kill. finally, the wealthy and recognized have everything—why could they should homicide?

Lethal Embrace

A homicide Plot. . . unmarried mom Lee Ann Armanini labored as a bartender in a strip joint in lengthy Island's South Shore while she bought pregnant by way of Paul Riedel, proprietor of a gymnasium in Amityville, manhattan. In 1998, Paul did the best factor and married her. the wedding used to be now not a cheerful one, and Lee Ann left Riedel in 2000.

Additional info for Murder on the Rails. The True Story of the Detective Who Unlocked the Shocking Secrets of the Boxcar...

Sample text

Look, I’m letting you stay the night here. I’m sharing my stuff with you. ” Inside the hooch, McLean continued pressing Silveria to hand over a couple of needles, but Silveria wouldn’t budge. “I might need a bit of cash later on. Look, I’m willing to sell you a couple. Take it or leave it,” he shrugged. McLean turned livid. ” McLean pulled out his wallet and handed Silveria a five dollar bill. Silveria took the money, picked up his back pack and pulled out a bag of needles. ” “I’ll go,” Silveria said calmly, but now the fiery rage inside him was bursting, ready to explode.

He hated seeing the open eyes of his dead victims, staring at some distant space as if asking, Why? Why me? Those eyes had a way of haunting him. Covering them up freed him to concentrate on more practical matters. He removed McLean’s wallet and the plastic bag of crack he had in his pants pockets. Next, he began to remove the dead man’s boots. He saw that one of them had an extra heel attached to compensate for the deformity in the leg. Silveria untied both boots and pulled them off before shoving them inside the green backpack to join his other belongings.

C. He brought her back with him to McLean’s hooch. C. C. shook her head. “He’s dead. You better go, run to the phone booth and call the police, right now,” she ordered. Fleishman stood there immobilized. “I don’t have any change,” he finally stammered. ’s voice rose an octave, “Fuck, you don’t need any. Just dial 9-1-1. Go quickly. ” “Come with me,” Hippie stuttered and the two men ran to the phone booth. ” Robert Joseph Silveria, Jr. When McLean and Silveria were together, I was at a karaoke bar in Petaluma.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.02 of 5 – based on 7 votes