Rapist, child molester and consummate intimidator, Ken McElroy, terrorized his small Missouri community, to the point of getting away with murder. On July 10, 1981, 35 men surrounded McElroy outside the bar. Shots were fired, and the town bully was dead. Is vigilantism sometimes justified?
An examination of this brutal form of mob justice, in which angry citizens assume the role of judge, jury and executioner.
The terrified people of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, who frankly see well more than their share of lethal violence, have a new dark heroine in their midst: A black-clad vigilante who calls her self “Diana, Huntress of Bus Drivers.” She publicly executed two bus drivers in recent days and is wanted by police. Her true identity is still a mystery.