Cyber Creeps by Randall Snyder
Most of the true crime genre centers around the gritty and bloody world of homicide, serial killers and those crimes that are sensationalized in the media. But what about the crimes that take place behind the keyboard, impacting hundreds of thousands of the most vulnerable and innocent victims? Since the popular Dateline show To Catch a Predator, very little attention has been provided to pull back the veil of secrecy surrounding internet crimes against children. Until now.
Go down the electronic rabbit hole through a series of true cases conducted revolving around the world of child molesters, internet predators and the taboo sexual practices of those who prey on children online. Through a series of true stories from actual cases, Det. Randall Snyder will shine a light on the secretive world of child sexual exploitation, sharing his successes and failures in apprehending dozens of offenders around the world, and at the same time, rescuing children and providing readers with educational information and advice to help children stay safe online.
These tales, sometimes funny, often unbelievable, and sadly, uncomfortably disturbing but true, will uncover a side of the internet that few acknowledge, even fewer will brave contact with, but which need to be exposed so that children can be better protected in the cyber-age.
Follow Randall through his notable career working child sex crimes and Internet Crimes Against Children, examining the cases, offenders, and situations that resulted in prosecutions and rescues in 33 states and eight different countries across three continents. You will also learn about the dark side of the web, and how the years of undercover work with the seediest parts of society impacted his life, family, and his path to redemption.
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Randall Snyder is a retired award-winning investigator with more than 20 years of law enforcement experience. He conducted child crimes investigations that resulted in arrests in 33 states and 8 countries.