From the back cover- In and out of prison on countless burglary charges, Kenneth Allen Mcduff was a career criminal by the time he was a teenager, Then, in Fort Worth, Texas in 1966, he upped the ante. Arrested for the brutal mureders of Edna Louise Sullivan, 16, Robert Brand, 17, and Marcus Dunnam, 15, Mcduff was sentenced to death.
In 1972, his sentence was commuted to life impprisonment. Politics and a lax justice system fot him paroled after a total of 23 years behind bars. In 1991, Mcduff struck again. Carving a bloody rampage of torture and murder across Texas, from Waco to Dallas to Austin, Mcduff was convicted and sentenced to death- this time for rape and murder. The victims were Colleeb Reed, 28, and Melissa Northrup, 21.
Finally, after 25 years of beating the system, Mcduff's chilling career of horrific violence is over. Now, he could die for his inhuman crimes with... NO REMORSE.
This is a chilling account of how our justice system failed and left Kennth McDuff free to prey on the innocent people who were unaware that they were in the prescence of a monster.This is sad as it could have been prevented if the justice system wouldn't have broke down.