HOLLOWAYS RAIDERS A HISTORY OF THE DALLAS POLICE DEPARTMENTS DEADLY SHOTGUN SQUADS

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Holloway S Raiders

Author : Captain E. R. Walt
ISBN : 1495810283
Genre : Political Science
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More than fifty years ago Dallas was under assault from hoards of vicious armed robbers with a penchant for violence. Police Lieutenant H.C. Holloway carried scars from a wild gun-battle with one of those criminals and a consuming hatred for them all. He devised a plan to hide shotgun armed offi cers inside likely targets with orders to shoot them down on sight. For more than two decades the unit he formed for that purpose made war on armed robbers with bloody and brutal effectiveness. They were called "Holloway's Raiders." This is their story.
Category: Political Science

The Hall Street Shoot Out

Author : Captain E.R. Walt
ISBN : 1456809431
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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On a pleasant Monday evening in September of 1969, twenty-six year-old Johnny Lee Thomas excused himself from his familys dinner table, picked up a pump shotgun and announced that he was going huntingalone. Seconds later he stepped out of his house and shot sixteen-year-old Aljewel Wesley in the face as she sat on her own front porch listening to records with her boyfriend and grandmother. That was but the first shot in what would shortly become the biggest gunbattle in the 130 year history of the Dallas Police Department. Johnny Thomas continued to shoot at neighbors, friends, family members and passing motorists until the police arrived, at which point he ambushed and shot the first three officers on the scene. He then retreated to his house and held off an assault by a hundred or more determined police officers in a furious firefight that lasted more than an hour and involved hundreds if not thousands of rounds fired. Before the incident ended, ten persons would be shot, including four police officers and a TV cameraman; two would be killed, including the shooter himself. Authored by a participant and based upon official police documents, original newspaper articles and personal interviews with forty six of the hundred or so officers present, the book details the gunbattle from the first shot to the final barrage of gunfire that ended the shooters life and brought it to a close. It includes a listing of sixty-seven Dallas officers known to have been combatants or otherwise involved in the incident and details their location and participation as far as it is known. Also included is an analysis of the factors that contributed to the spectacular nature of the incident from departmental policies, procedures, equipment and tactics to the culture and tenor of the times. Chapters are also dedicated to the firearms used in the battle and an analysis of exactly who, among the many officers involved, was responsible for putting an end to Thomass rampagesomething that was never addressed in the original investigation. The concluding chapters cover the aftermath of the gunbattle from the neighborhood riots and arson fires to the truncated investigation and include a brief history of the Dallas Police Departments Tactical Division and the fundamental changes in the operation of that unit that were brought about by the affair on Hall Street. The book closes with an epilogue bringing the reader up to date on the major players in the drama.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Jim Cirillo S Tales Of The Stakeout Squad

Author : Paul Kirchner
ISBN : 9781610046930
Genre : Social Science
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Since the publication of Guns, Bullets, and Gunfights in 1996, readers have pressed for a follow-up with more information on Jim Cirillo and his service with the New York City Police Department's Stakeout Unit. That book is finally here. Author Paul Kirchner was working with Cirillo on this biography at the time of Jim's untimely death in 2007. Kirchner draws on his extensive interviews with Cirillo, his family, friends, ex-partner Bill Allard and other SOU officers to create a vivid portrait of an affable and gregarious man who nonetheless was "the last man many armed robbers saw on this earth." In previously unpublished accounts, Cirillo describes in detail numerous stakeouts and sets the record straight about what he and the other SOU members actually accomplished on the streets of New York. Cirillo also talks about his early years as a street cop and his service with the NYPD Emergency Service Unit; his successes as a lifelong competitive shooter; his distinguished career as a firearms trainer; his unique relationship with Jeff Cooper; his carry guns and the guns of the SOU; and much more. Cirillo's unique voice and humor enliven every page, resulting in a fitting, lasting tribute to a legendary police officer, shooting instructor, gunfighter and raconteur.
Category: Social Science

Shooting To Survive

Author : Timothy D. Blakeley
ISBN : 0982774893
Genre : Firearms
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Shooting to Survive is a must-read guide for responsible civilians carrying concealed, law enforcement officers protecting communities, and military operators conducting combat missions. This is not only a book on shooting a pistol, but more importantly a book on fighting with a pistol detailing the reasons for the techniques. The techniques are designed around the response of the human body when experiencing a body alarm reaction. Shooting to Survive contains information from some of the best instructors throughout the United States and internationally in competitive shooting, private security, law enforcement SWAT, and military Special Operations. Volumes of information that would cost a great deal of money and fill a personal library are conveniently assembled in this one book to inform and educate you on how to fight with a pistol. Shooting to Survive is a 600-page book broken into easy-to-read sections that are conveniently organized providing an in-depth analysis. There are nearly 300 illustrations and over 1300 endnotes. The techniques in the book on fighting with a pistol apply to any brand including those with a decocker, grip safety, or manual safety. The book also contains detailed information about the internationally popular Glock pistols
Category: Firearms

Jelly Bryce

Author : Mike Conti
ISBN : 0996530290
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The third and final installment of the JELLY BRYCE Trilogy, The Man in the Mirror follows FBI Special Agent Delf "Jelly" Bryce through the tumultuous war years from 1941 until his death in 1974.Many things changed for Jelly during this time period, as both he and the country he loved matured while dealing with threats both from within and without.This is a story of true courage, amazing physical ability, and personal honor tempered by the inner struggles of a man driven to do the right thing in a world in which that path is not always clear.Inspired by historical events."Ideally, I suppose every writer of history hopes someone will take their work and improve upon it. I cannot praise Mike Conti's Jelly Bryce trilogy too highly. He has breathed life into Jelly Bryce in ways my biography could not; ways in which the dry facts of newspaper articles, police reports, personnel files and even interviews of some friends and relatives have fallen short. I only wish Jelly could have read the trilogy. I believe he would have approved."-- Ron OwensAuthor of "Jelly Bryce, Legendary Lawman"
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Behind The Scenes

Author : Phoebe Adler
ISBN : 1907317740
Genre : Design
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Behind the Scenes: Contemporary Set Design is a visually rich survey of contemporary set design for the theater, opera and contemporary performance-based work. International in scope, Behind the Scenes presents the imaginative and innovative work of a broad range of designers, including Peter Brooks, Ming Cho Lee, Alison Chitty, Es Devlin, Robert Wilson, Robert Lepage, Romeo Castellucci and Chloe Lamford; and organizations such as Hotel Pro Forma, Ex Machina, Station House Opera and Punch Drunk. Featuring initial sketches, diagrams and photographs, this book provides an understanding of theater design and its methods, that—in contrast with the number of specific ‘how-to’ set design books on the market—appeals to beginners and enthusiasts, alongside students and theater professionals alike. Behind the Scenes: Contemporary Set Design covers a myriad of innovations, from traditional set designs, to those that push boundaries using immersive sets, or pop-up theaters in derelict locations; alongside organizations that use set design to social advantage—for example Cardboard Citizens. The lavishly illustrated work presented throughout the book is punctuated by a number of essays by noteworthy personalities, covering subjects such as the history of set design, technical processes from design to production, and new emerging trends. International in scope Behind the Scenes includes examples from the Prague Quadrennial, BAM in Brooklyn, the Metropolitan Opera in New York and the National Theatre and the Royal Opera House in London. Featuring artists whose work has crossed over into the theater—such as, David Hockney, whose imaginative designs have been brought to life in a variety of productions from the Magic Flute to Tristan und Isolde; Behind the Scenes: Contemporary Set Design positions set design within a larger context of visual art, design and culture.
Category: Design

Encyclopedia Of Pulp Fiction Writers

Author : Lee Server
ISBN : 9781438109121
Genre : Literary Collections
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Provides an introduction to American pulp fiction during the twentieth century with brief author biographies and lists of their works.
Category: Literary Collections

Famous Assassinations In World History An Encyclopedia 2 Volumes

Author : Michael Newton
ISBN : 9781610692861
Genre : History
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Representing a unique reference tool for readers interested in history, criminology, or terrorism, this book provides the most complete and up-to-date coverage of assassinations of key figures throughout history and around the world. • Provides timely content about past assassinations that will enable students to better understand historical and contemporary social unrest • Introduces new information and theories on historic cases of assassination that in some cases afford novel interpretations of "what really happened" • Establishes the links between famous or notorious social movements and political assassinations, underscoring how an individual or a small group can be motivated to commit an act of violence by the climate of their society • Includes more than 20 primary source documents that provide accounts of assassinations in world history as well as numerous sidebars that augment the reading experience with interesting discussions of individuals, groups, movements, or events related to important assassinations
Category: History

Kentucky Colonization In Texas

Author : Seymour V. Connor
ISBN : 9780806310329
Genre : History
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Founded by W. S. Peters and a group of Kentucky businessmen, the Peters Colony provided for the settlement of vast tracts of land in northeastern Texas during the years 1842 to 1848, primarily in the present-day counties of Collin, Cooke, Dallas, Denton, Ellis, Grayson, and Tarrant. The majority of the 2,000 persons who took up land there were from Kentucky and surrounding states.In this publication the author has furnished a history of the Peters Colony as well as a list of the colonists themselves. In this list the genealogist is given full scope for his researches, as each of the 2,000 settlers is positively identified with regard to the following information: name, marital status, occupation, age, year of migration to Texas, county of settlement, state of birth, and state from which he migrated.
Category: History

Winter Is Not Forever Seasons Of The Heart Book 3

Author : Janette Oke
ISBN : 1585587397
Genre : Fiction
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Josh Jones realizes his family isn't typical, but it's the only life he's ever known. Aunt Lou, Gramps, Uncle Charlie, Grandpa--they all have shaped the young man he has become. But as he grows into manhood, Josh begins to face important questions about life, love, and faith. Three million books sold in the series!
Category: Fiction