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REVIEW Fiend The Shocking True Story Of America's Youngest Serial Killer î PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ã A MONSTER PREYED UPON THE CHILDREN OF NINETEENTH CENTURY BOSTON HIS CRIMES WERE APPALLING AND YET HE WAS LITTLE MORE THAN A CHILD HIMSELF When fourteen year old Jesse Pomeroy was He teenager's bloodlust gave way to another obsession murder Harold Schechter whose true crime masterpieces are well documented nightmares for anyone who dares to look Peoria Journal Star brings his acclaimed mix of page turning storytelling brilliant insight and fascinating historical documentation to Fiend an unforgettable account from the annals of American crim. This was a slow but interesting read for me However it was also disheartening Not because of the subject matter but because I always thought scapegoating blaming music religion video games parents etc for violent crimes was something relatively new However I see now it's something humanity has been doing for a long time Jesse CHOOSE to murder and do evil from his own free will and yet people blamed dime novels instead of blaming him His mother blamed his smallpox vaccine The author even blames the beatings Jesse received from his father Evil is a CHOICEI've known men and women who went through far worse abuse than Jesse right down to their own fathers raping them who turned out to be outstanding citizens And I've known people who's parents never punished them for anything and acted like these spoiled little darlings pooped gold who grew up to be worthless drug addicts hookers and gang bangers All because of the CHOICES the people made NOT because of how they were raisedAnd the people's sympathy in the past for Jesse made me want to steal a TARDIS and go back in time and cut the monster's throat Jesse should have been executed not left to sponge of taxpayers for years like Charles Manson still does today Neither deserves sympathy or kindness because both are monsters who have nothing of value to give to humanity Because they CHOOSE to be evilIt's disheartening to see even in the past people wanted to scapegoat and give sympathy to monsters who don't deserve it

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Ree the hows and whys of vicious juvenile crime were as relevant in the so called Age of Innocence as they are today Jesse Pomeroy was outwardly repellent in appearance with a gruesome dead eye; inside he was deformed beyond imagining A sexual sadist of disturbing precocity he satisfied his atrocious appetites by abducting and torturing his child victims But soon t. This was a strange book I assumed it would be because of the subject but I found myself feeling totally engrossed in Jesse's story He was so patheic as well as hateable I spent half my time feeling sorry for him and half my time wanting him to die It was very conflictingI wish that the author had spent time on the psychology of serial killers instead of the back and forth legal things that happend in Jesse's case But all in all a very interesting book even for non fiction

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Fiend The Shocking True Story Of America's Youngest Serial KillerA MONSTER PREYED UPON THE CHILDREN OF NINETEENTH CENTURY BOSTON HIS CRIMES WERE APPALLING AND YET HE WAS LITTLE MORE THAN A CHILD HIMSELF When fourteen year old Jesse Pomeroy was arrested in 1874 a nightmarish reign of terror over an unsuspecting city came to an end The Boston Boy Fiend was imprisoned at last But the complex uestions sparked by his ghastly crime sp. I was sick with what I now think was a mild case of Covid when I read this so although i know i was very impressed with the storytelling it is Schechter after all I can’t remember one detail So I will read this again