Killer on the Streets by Graeme McLagan
When 22-year-old David Copeland planted nail bombs in Brixton, Brick Lane and finally in the Admiral Duncan pub in Soho, he shocked the entire nation. But this act of wanton terrorism was only the tip of the iceberg. This book reveals the terrible truth about this man. In 1997, the walls of Copeland's bedroom were decorated with pictures of terrorist attacks and massacres. He would lurk around Soho sex shops looking for snuff videos. He was a member of not only the National Front, but also the White Wolves, one of the most sinister, evil Nazi organizations in living memory. Here he became exposed to witchcraft, black magic and satanism. It was only a matter of time before he would embark upon a campaign of terror that would strike fear into the heart of a nation.