Jeremy Moody, the racist skinhead charged along with his wife, Christine Moody, in the murder of a registered sex offender and his wife in Jonesville, South Carolina, on July 21, previously published a book in which he called for the killing of sex offenders.
Moody’s 85-page self-published book, Yesterday, Today & Forever, is in most respects a typical white supremacist screed. Its title was borrowed from the name of an album from the Florida-based Oi! band Children of the Reich.
The book, which Moody claimed “will live on through the ages,” includes sections that deny the Holocaust, that claim whites are more intelligent than non-whites, that engage in 9-11 conspiracy theories, that rail against homosexuality, and that elaborate on Moody’s Christian Identity beliefs. Christian Identity is a racist and anti-Semitic religious sect that claims that white people are descended from the Lost Tribes of Israel; Moody writes about a future time when “God’s chosen White Adamic men and women” will “attack…Zionist and negro whores.”
But Moody also includes content on another subject, what he terms “the lowest of all the species.” That subject is “child molesters.” Indeed, Moody goes so far as to include a special section entitled “Child Abuser (I Seek Your Death).” He admitted that “this topic does not flow with the overall theme of this book,” but explained that “it’s a topic that I’m passionate about just the same.”
After taking some time to recite alleged statistics about child abuse in the United States, and asserting that “it is not possible to rehabilitate a child molester,” Moody gets to his proposed “solution” to the problem of sex offenders. “The only cure for child abusers and molesters,” he proclaims, “is to have every member of their immediate family killed.” Moody’s rationale for killing not only sex offenders but their families as well is that “these nefarious crimes and people should not be allowed to procreate.” By destroying the family, asserts Moody, “you purify the bloodline.” This is the only way, Moody writes, that sex offenders or their families cannot ever hurt children again.
Anticipating criticism, Moody claimed that his suggestion was not “immature.” Rather, he wrote, “I think it’s the only answer, and if you don’t agree, then you too should be destroyed.”