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Sheriff: Double homicide suspect author of hate book

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One of the suspects in the killing of a Jonesville couple is a self-published author, according to deputies.

Union County Sheriff David Taylor confirmed that Jeremy Moody, 30, authored a 2012 book called Yesterday, Today, and Forever.

In the book, Moody claims that he'd been a "white nationalist skinhead for over a decade" and rails on everything from interracial dating to homosexuality to child molesters.

In the book, Moody writes, "The only cure for child abusers and molesters is to have every member of their immediate family killed. These nefarious crimes and people should not be allowed to procreate. By destroying their immediate family members, you purify the bloodline."

Moody and his wife, 36-year-old Christine Moody, are accused of killing Charles and Gretchen Parker. Deputies said the Moodys targeted the Parkers because Charles Parker was a registered sex offender.

Deputies said the Moodys were caught on the Parkers' security camera just seconds before the Parkers were killed.

At a bond court appearance Monday, Christine Moody called the Parkers "pedophiles" and referred to Charles Parker as a "demon." Jeremy Moody said Charles Parker "deserved what he got."

Deputies said the Moodys planned to kill more people on the sex offender registry before they were caught. Both are being held at the Union County Detention Center without bond.

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