Great condition typed and signed 1994 letter from Black
killer Henry Omar Brisbon on two 8 1/2 x 11" sheets
with a 5x7"
print of Henry's early prison mug shots.
infamous "I-57 Killer" and is one of the
killers of all time ... even the most
his murderous and assaultive ways ...
killed a fellow inmate and, while being transported down a prison
stabbed infamous killer John
Gacy and another convict
... he has
headed up a prison gang, took part in countless attacks on
inmates and guards, instigated at least one cellblock riot, trashed a courtroom
during a trial and hit a warden with a broom handle. The prosecutor of the I-57
case once stated, "On the day he dies in the chair at Stateville, I plan to be there
to see that it's done. Nobody I've heard of deserves the death penalty more than
Okay, true crime fans … we stand on the brink of a new day! You’ve been
hearing for some time that “America’s diversity is its strength”. Well then,
isn’t it about time to apply a little affirmative action to that tired old all-White
serial killer autograph collection of yours? This week, I’ll be posting some rare
signed items pertaining to some of the major Black serial slayers, sexual sadists
and mass murderers from the past three decades, including a few particularly
scarce deceased ones. These pieces make for powerful “evidence to the
contrary” when those noted criminal profilers turn up on TV, falsely declaring
that serial killing is essentially a “White phenomenon” ... this, in spite of the fact
that the number of black serial killers is actually higher than their racial
proportion of the general population. Just what does a bloodthirsty brutha have
to do to get a little long overdue recognition from these guys? We're proud to
announce that their contribution isn't going unnoticed here, among our
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