September 23rd, 2021 – I’ve had the rare opportunity to interview a South Carolina man convicted of killing a perverted child molester in July 2013. I reached out to him via Global Tel-Link’s Connect Network messaging system to ask him a few questions regarding why he did what he did.
A lot of news outlets were quick to demonize him for his political views to distract away from the story’s vigilante justice and the system’s negligence into punishing the convicted pervert scum.
I personally think what he did was an “the end justifies the means” scenario and hope reform can be done for crimes committed out of “emotional passion”.
I also think that he is a hero in my book and possibly could have prevented other children from being abused further by this deranged sicko. If you think I am wrong or that I am out of my mind, you don’t have to continue reading and there is a huge ‘X’ in the corner of your web browser you can freely click to leave my newsletter.
There are always certain circumstances where these types of crimes are excusable, and I believe wholeheartedly that he should have been exonerated for these crimes.
Moody was convicted in Union County courts of murder/homicide, kidnapping, 1st degree burglary, and possession of a weapon during a violent crime. His wife, Christine Moody was similarly charged and both were sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole.
I appreciate the time and effort Jeremy Moody put into responding to me and answering all the questions I had for him and hope my readers can have more insight into what transpired that day in 2013.
During our talks back and forth on GTL’s message system, we were able to see past our differences with me being Jewish and him being a “neo-Nazi Skinhead” and try to get the truth out there about his story. Hopefully I will be able to publish the books he wrote.
Now on to the questions at hand:
1. A lot of news sources were trying to demonize you by bringing up your political beliefs (neo-Nazi ideology), what do you think of the media circus involving that?
I’m not at all surprised. The media has been using theatrics, lies, and and intentional fabrications to sell newspapers since the beginning of their existence. The Zionist news outlets can sell more tabloids when the headlines read: “Neo-Nazi Vigilante Kills Sex Offender” as opposed to “Concerned Patriot Decides to Protect Children Because the Local Government Would Not”.
If it were not for my controversial tattoos and ideologies would any of them have covered my story other than the local news? It’s a shame that no one is concerned about the children had their lives destroyed by a predator. The real story should be about: “How will the children ever live complete and fulfilled lives? How will they ever trust another human being again? Was their womb destroyed by the sexual trauma that they may never have children of their own?”.
When I was arrested for my “crime”, there was an outcry from the media for the death of the two “victims”. While in jail, I heard over and over again I heard the adage, “Who made him judge, jury and executioner?”. Why does it seem as if the media and society are more concerned about the life and liberties of sex offenders over the safety/protection of children.
2. I believe that there is always an ‘End justifies the means’ scenario such as yours, do you believe in order to protect the community, extreme measures should be used if no other way is possible at the time?
I’m a firm believer of “might with might”. We live in a world where many Americans live in constant fear. Albeit, fear from their government, communities, police officers, or their trusted family members. If a man has the ability to do what is right, he also has the responsibility to do what’s right. Unfortunately, a victorious battle doesn’t always mean that the hero will ride off into the sunset. Sometimes it means the hero will die of old age in a state prison.
3. After your arrest, has your friends and family show disdain towards your crimes? Do you feel it has hurt your relationships?
The arrest brought a lot of disappointment to my family. I broke my mother and father’s heart. I’m physically separated from my children. I hate I cannot be there to support and console them. Before my arrest, I had many acquaintances and only two friends (Nick and Nicole).
As is the case with most inmates, over time those people will begin to disappear; as they get caught up in their own lives, though no fault of their own.
My wife is also in prison and was loyal for 3-4 years. Under the pressures of her family and some of her “prison friends”, she filed for a divorce. She has the right to be grumpy towards me. Her involvement was futile. In the great state of South Carolina, a hand of is a hand of all. Because Christine was physically there, she received the sentence as me. I’ve been informed however that she has boasted and exaggerated her involvement. At this juncture, it would be rude of me to deny her right to believe in a fantasy. After all, she also gave up her life.
4. Has the prison you are at treated you any differently in regards to your crime (good or bad)? What are your feelings about this?
I’ve been in three different prisons and each one has it’s own personality. For example, the lower custody yards, sex offenders usually have all of the good jobs and live in the best dorms. In the high-alpha prisons, most of the time they are extorted, abused and have no personal property. I have been in dorms where they were not even allowed to have shoes and were forced to walk barefoot.
5. Do you have any advice for people who are in danger of a sex offender harming the people they love? When would it be the right time to put matters into your hands?
I’ve been around some of the worst criminals you might imagine. I’ve had the good fortune to speak candidly with many of them. Do you know what they all seem to have in common?
Physical and sexual abuse when they were children.
6. Have you grown from this experience or re-affirmed your current beliefs you hold?
There are men and women that feel the same way I do all across America. When the realization occurs to them that they cannot rely on the government and courts to protect their children. Child abusers should be very concerned.
7. If you have anything to say, just put it here and write me back.
On behalf of the readers that might be mental health advocates, Mental health medication and counseling cannot curb or change an offender’s sexual preference. Mental health counseling can only offer them techniques and hope that they will never re-offend.
The media opted to focus on my tattoos and politics. There are worse things for a man to be than a skinhead. I’d like to use this opportunity to define what a skinhead is, and not what the media portrayed.
- A skinhead loves their race/cultural or national identity; no different than how every other ethnicity/race has been instructed to do.
- They are (for the most part) honest, drug-free, hard working and provide for their families.
- A legitimate skinhead doesn’t use his desire for his people as senseless aggression towards non-Whites.