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Union Co. homicide suspect also self-published author

Posted: Updated: Aug 10, 2013 12:10 AM
Christine and Jeremy Moody (Source: Union Co. Sheriff's Office) Christine and Jeremy Moody (Source: Union Co. Sheriff's Office)

A book by an accused killer is shedding light into his personality and also painting a dark picture of why deputies said he killed two people.

Jeremy Moody, 30, along with his wife Christine, 36, stand accused of killing Charles and Gretchen Parker in their Jonesville home in July.

Union County deputies said the Moodys targeted the Parkers because Charles Parker was a child molester on the sex offender registry. Court records show Parker's child sex charges go back to 1991, but Union County Sheriff David Taylor said Parker was not a threat to the community.

But in 2012, deputies said Jeremy Moody wrote and self-published a book, which is currently available online.

In Yesterday, Today, & Forever, Moody wrote about people of different races, religions, sexual orientations and also talked about child molesters.

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

In that same paragraph, Moody later mentioned that, "if you don't agree, then you, too, should be destroyed."

Moody also claimed in the book that the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks were part of a conspiracy by the United States government, that there's no proof that the Holocaust happened, and that homosexuals can change their sexual orientation.

Moody, who claimed to be a White Nationalist Skinhead in the book, also took aim at other races, with specific targeting at those of African and Jewish descent.

Calling non-whites "beasts," he quoted the Bible, saying of interracial relationships, "Whosoever lieth with a beast shall surely be put to death."

The also uses quotes from Napoleon Bonaparte to Adolf Hitler.

On the back of the book, Moody dedicated his book to his wife Christine and his two daughters, and claimed that the book will "live on through the ages."

That book may be used against him as his case moves through the legal system.

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