For eleven years, John Pascucci tracked down the most evil people on earth. He was better at it than anyone else in the U.S. government - in part because he made himself think like the people he was tracking. During the Reagan administration's "get tough" era of law enforcement, he became one of the most decorated men in the Marshals. President Reagan wanted results - period. And Pascucci delivered. John Pascucci was the best American Nazi hunter who ever lived. After others had failed, he nailed "The Child Killer" of the Ukraine, Bohdan Koziy, who'd earned his nickname by torturing and killing children in front of their parents. Then Pascucci bagged the "uncatchable" Konrad Kalejs, who'd murdered thirteen thousand Jews. Finally, Pascucci tracked down the inhuman Dr. Josef Mengele - and settled the fate of the "Angel of Death." Pascucci applied a streamlined strategy to evil men: "Track 'em, whack 'em, sack 'em." Since he was after dangerous fugitives who'd already been convicted, Pascucci didn't need to worry about suspects' rights or rules of evidence. He just needed to bring back his man, dead or alive. Pascucci, America's cyber-detective, worked with just two weapons: one good modem-equipped computer, and one good gun. They were all it took for him to catch virtually anyone.
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Published July 1, 1997
by Pocket Star.
Biographies & Memoirs, Political & Social Sciences.