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Anonymous Anonymous  |  5/08/2008 1:55 PM  |  Flag  
As I read this story, I couldn't help but think of Skidmore, Missouri and the book, 'In Broad Daylight.'

One Amazon reviewer writes, "After the failure of the equally bullied law establishment to deal with McElroy's years of terror, the townspeople got fed up and rubbed him out, and protected the gunmen from prosecution. Was it a vigilante act of frontier justice, followed by a corrupt conspiracy of silence? Or had decent folks finally been pushed over the edge by a failed system?"

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