Serial Killer Pens Kids’ Book
November 5, 2011 by staff
Serial Killer Pens Kids’ Book, Serial murderer Charles Kembo, under the pseudonym JD Bauer, author of a children’s book. It’s called The Trinity Superkidds: Book One: In search of water. As of this writing, the paperback page 374, and sale of 15.95 and released for publication America, is still available on Amazon.
“Parents are more than likely be horrified to discover that the book is bought or read to their children was written by a serial murderer,” says the advocate for victims of crime Andy Kahan.
According to the mass murderer Charles Kembo, in an interview with journalist Julie Burtinshaw, the book sold 14,000 copies in the first two weeks. Kembo was convicted of four counts of first-degree murder in June 2010, a court in British Columbia. He was sentenced to life imprisonment without possibility of parole for 25 years.
Amazon is known for cracking down on certain types of books. For example, it is well known that the retailer has a problem with books containing e**tic incest or rape. Some authors have seen their e**tic content removed from Amazon’s catalog as a result.
“Freelance writers who publish books Amazon report contains e**tic incest are being taken down without any explanation from Amazon’s Kindle and removed from the purchasers of the books,” wrote the author Selena Kitt.
The retailer pays attention to customer protests. The pedophile’s Guide for love and pleasure: a Code of Conduct child-lover is an example of a book that was removed from Amazon because of protests from customers.
As the mass murderer Charles Kembo, his book is getting nothing but comments urging Amazon to remove the book and urging people not to buy it.
However, if Amazon removes books that contain incest or rape or child abuse, what about a book written by a serial murderer? If the content is not contrary to the policy, do they care if the perpetrator is a criminal?
What do you think Amazon should do?
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