Henry Louis Wallace terrorized Charlotte, North Carolina, from May 1992 to March 1994. Wallace preyed on lower economic class Black women between 17 and 35 years old. He knew most of his victims, some through his job at Taco Bell, and gained their trust with his friendly demeanor and gentle nature-concealing a monster fueled by drug abuse and rage against women. A rarity in that he was an African American … [Read more...]
Bill Kimberlin, Psy. D.
Author Bill Kimberlin, Psy.D. has been researching and writing about death row and the execution process for well over a decade. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice, a Master of Arts degree in Counseling, and a Doctorate in Psychology. Kimberlin began a postdoctoral residency in psychology but was most interested in understanding the worst of the worst criminal minds. This led him to focus on the psychology of those on … [Read more...]
Joni E. Johnston, Psy.D.
Dr. Joni Johnston is a clinical/forensic psychologist, private investigator, and crime writer. As a practicing psychologist, she has worked in a medium-maximum security prison, for the Board of Parole, for the Superior Court of San Diego, and as a workplace investigator of employee misconduct. She often performs violence risk assessments on mentally disordered offenders up for parole and provides expert testimony in criminal and civil … [Read more...]
A Note From The Publishers Of RAW DEAL: The Untold Story of NYPD’s “Cannibal Cop”
At what point do we want law enforcement to spy on us and at what point do we want them to act? When Gil Valle and Brian Whitney approached us about publishing RAW DEAL, we were told that Gil wanted to tell his story “his way.” Our concern was that “his way” included graphic descriptions of the sexual fantasies that landed Gil in hot water in the first place and included the abduction, torture and murder of women, as well as cannibalism. As … [Read more...]
Looking for love in all the wrong places (like prison)
It was a simple plan: Help a couple killers break out of prison, persuade them to kill your husband, then run off to Vermont and live happily ever after. Maybe a cottage by the sea. Just you and two fugitive psychopaths. In New York today, prison worker Joyce Mitchell stands accused of helping two convicted murderers—Richard Matt, 48, and 35-year-old David Sweat—escape. And authorities now say the 51-year-old woman had sex with both men before … [Read more...]