Judas Deputy [NOOK Book]

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JUDAS DEPUTY is a true crime story of the murder of three Gwinnett County Georgia Police officers by car thieves in 1964. The officers responded to a suspicious activity call in the middle of the night to a rural area of Gwinnett County on a dirt road near a pine thicket just off I-85, known as the Northeast Expressway thirty miles north of Atlanta.

The two man car was en route to taking a fellow officer home who had become ill while on duty....
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Judas Deputy

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Overview

JUDAS DEPUTY is a true crime story of the murder of three Gwinnett County Georgia Police officers by car thieves in 1964. The officers responded to a suspicious activity call in the middle of the night to a rural area of Gwinnett County on a dirt road near a pine thicket just off I-85, known as the Northeast Expressway thirty miles north of Atlanta.

The two man car was en route to taking a fellow officer home who had become ill while on duty. Upon arrival at the location of the call, the officers were overcome by the three car thieves who took their pistols and handcuffs from them. The officers were shot with their own pistols a total of fourteen times after being handcuffed together with their own handcuffs. Most of the shots were to the back of the head.

One of the car thieves was a former Gwinnett County Deputy Sheriff the public learned fourteen months later when an indictment was made known. The former Deputy had attended public safety training with the officers and knew them from contact in other law enforcement duties for several years. The day after the murders, the JUDAS DEPUTY was sitting around the kitchen table of the Everett family (slain officer Jerry Everett) saying, "he would not rest until he brought the killers to justice." Prosecutor Luther Hames labeled the former deputy a JUDAS DEPUTY in closing arguments.

A fourteen month long investigation resulted in issuing immunity to one of the murders for giving testimony that provided the missing link law enforcement needed to proceed with an indictment. Governor Carl Sanders, 37 years old, announced to the media just days before the indictment of a break in the case and that names would be released after indictment. National and local media headlines carried news of the murder April 17, 1964 and later the indictment on July 1, 1965 and trial in October 1965. The story includes a complete trial transcript and 29 photos. JUDAS DEPUTY was written by a former Atlanta-Fulton County Police Detective with 40 years experience in law enforcement.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016021225
  • Publisher: Deeds Publishing
  • Publication date: 1/21/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 601,623
  • File size: 17 MB
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Meet the Author

Mackie Carson was born and raised in Trion, GA. He was the middle child of Earlie H. and Geneva Carson, a cotton mill worker and ordained Baptist preacher.

Deciding his life had no direction after his high school graduation in 1961, he joined the U. S. Army Paratroopers which became his vocation for the next three years. An assignment to Fort Campbell, Kentucky with the 101st Airborne Division followed completion of Basic Training and Military Police School at Fort Gordon near Augusta, GA and Jump School at Fort Benning, GA. A later fourteen month assignment led to Okinawa with the 173rd Airborne Brigade.

Upon returning to civilian life, Mackie got a job at Celanese Fiber Mill in Rome, GA, but after a few months, he decided to move to Atlanta for something better. This move would lead to a forty year career in law enforcement. Mackie began with the Atlanta Police Department by day and attended John Marshall Law School in the evenings on the GI Bill. After receiving his law degree and a nine year tenure with Atlanta Police he joined the Fulton County Police Department and remained as a Detective until retiring with twenty-seven years pension credit.

After retirement, Mackie worked as a fraud investigator for a major bank chain; was later Police Chief at Palmetto, GA and Fairburn, GA for six years. His last civilian job was arbitration manager for five years for a major chain of auto auctions.

Mackie is married to the former Carol Allen and they have three children and four grandchildren. Mackie and Carol make their home in Newnan, GA.
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    Actual court testimony of the murder of three Gwinnett County police officers. One of the killers was a police officer.

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