Phantom Justice, a Novel by C Wolf Forrest, Contravenes Law in Pursuit of Justice

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Can vigilantism to achieve justice ever be warranted on a national basis? It has been said that there is a basic minimum of individual rights of its citizens that States must protect if their subjects are to owe the State obedience to law. What if, however, our 'Nation of Laws' miserably fails to administer justice in the name of law, making a mockery of our judicial systems and making the victims of crime simple collateral damage? Might this foster an organized effort by citizens to balance the scales?

Published June 9, 2008

As you might gather, I have a keen interest in the proper application of laws that appear to fall far short of the proper application of justice. Even more dangerous are the assumptions of many, myself included, that we do not have the moral courage to do what it takes to make things right.

In his crime novel Phantom Justice, published June 2008, the author appears to make the case that our laws with regard to the worst criminals in our land must be changed. Author C Wolf Forrest states: "We require new, additional, definitions for Crimes against Humanity. Whereby a person is proving to be a sociopath or psychopathic killer of others against all mores of the public or individual welfare, we cannot afford to let such strain of humans survive, continuing to wreak their havoc among a peace-loving people. It seems that the very reasons claimed to cause their unrelenting crimes against humanity are, in present circumstances, used as excuses as to why these crimes are committed and for those reasons, we must feel sorry for them and/or permit them to use such arguments in our courts of law. We do not agree. These organisms must be eradicated as a virus infecting the host."

From the back of the book and in a Press Release issued by http://www.PublishAmerica.com PublishAmerica, the synopsis reveals: "In cities nationwide, some of the worst criminals are violently executed - shot, stabbed, strangled, and poisoned, but law-enforcement agencies have not connected these crimes. The typical response is a sigh of relief when these sociopaths and psychopaths, the pedophiles and the cop-killers are sent to the gates of hell where everyone agrees they belong." According to Campusi and Alibris, International book locating services, the novel is now available from the Publisher and certain worldwide sources in the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, Japan, France and soon to appear in Canada.

The author's philosophy, as stated on his Law and Justice website, appears to clearly reflect his prior law-enforcement affiliation: "As you might gather, I have a keen interest in the proper application of laws that appear to fall far short of the proper application of justice. Even more dangerous are the assumptions of many, myself included, that we do not have the moral courage to do what it takes to make things right."

In a recent article published on amapedia by amazon, Mr. Forrest concludes: "The US Supreme Court has been, and continues, to make decisions along political lines, which are supposedly reserved to the other two branches of government. Are we really prepared to do what it takes to keep ourselves and this country safe from the dangers yet to come? We can fight our enemies overseas and on our shores but what is the point of that if we give away our protections? You tell me."

After a career in Finance for multinational corporations, involving extensive international travel, C. Wolf Forrest has turned to writing and has published several articles in magazines and on the Internet. An additional background in law-enforcement for nine years combines with his love for the power of unconventional ideas to present this novel. He now resides in Suffolk, Virginia and claims to be possessed by a cat he brought back from Germany.

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