Collateral Damage

Collateral Damage

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by John List
     
 

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To anyone who ever knew him, including fellow prisoners, John List comes across as a kindly and gentle man. Deeply religious, he never missed church, never swore and never had a woman until just before marriage. But there was something wrong with him. He couldn�t recall anything about the 41 days of combat he experienced in Germany as an infantryman in World War II.…  See more details below

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To anyone who ever knew him, including fellow prisoners, John List comes across as a kindly and gentle man. Deeply religious, he never missed church, never swore and never had a woman until just before marriage. But there was something wrong with him. He couldn�t recall anything about the 41 days of combat he experienced in Germany as an infantryman in World War II. He couldn�t seem to hold a job for long and he had trouble dealing with the problems of his teenaged kids. Then in 1971, seemingly out of the blue, List murdered his mother, wife and three children in cold blood, and fled to Colorado to live, work and remarry under an assumed name. Diagnosed as suffering from posttraumatic stress disorder, it now appears that both John List and his victims should be listed as collateral damage of war.

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ISBN-13:
9780595395361
Publisher:
iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date:
07/21/2006
Pages:
132
Sales rank:
1,264,391
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.31(d)

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Collateral Damage 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was a waste of time and money. It is badly written by the killer himself who blames all his reasons for methodically, painstakenly plotting, planning and killing his mother, wife and three children, on PTSD from the 42 DAYS he spent in combat in WW2. What an insult to the real PTSD suffers. He escaped the law for 18 years yet didn't suffer from PTSD for killing his family. Badly written, this book contains spelling errors on almost every single page. Nowhere in the book will you find one bit of remorse.