HIT MAN ON-LINE
A Technical Manual for Independent Contractors
Originally published by
Written by Rex Feral
In 1993, a triple murder was committed in Montgomery County by a man who was alleged to have used this book, Hit Man, as
his guide. He was caught and convicted and sentenced to death. Wanting to profit from their loved one's murder, and realizing
that the murderer himself was too poor to be worth suing, the family of those killed by the hit man sued
publisher of the book Hit Man, saying
"aided and abetted" the murder.
May 21, 1999,
settled the case, giving the families of those killed by the hit man several million dollars,
agreeing to destroy the remaining 700 copies of the book in their possession, and surrendering any rights they have
to publish and reproduce the work. While the families were successful in profiting from their loved one's death, they
have not been successful in stifling the book. With the surrender of the publishing rights by
, the book
has entered the public domain, and is being published on the Internet here at Overthrow.com in its entirety this
weekend, May 22-23, 1999.
The book was initially published in 1983. 13,000 copies of the book are now in existence. There has only ever been
one case where the book was associated with a crime, in that case the criminal had recently finished a lengthy prison
sentence and had a history of prior violent crime. It is our opinion this book has never incited a murder, that the
settlement of the
case was wrong and forced by the insurance company, and that this book, and no
book, should be banned. We invite the public to judge for themselves.
That said, here is Hit Man .
To Those Who Think,
To Those Who Dare,
To Those Who Do,
To Those Who Succeed.