Son of Sam Book to Be Published in Sept.
Posted 03 July 2005 - 04:44 AM
"Son of Hope: The Prison Journals of David Berkowitz, Volume 1" will not mean any profits for the six-time killer. Under a state law named for Berkowitz, profits a convict makes while in prison can be recovered by victims.
In the book, first reported by the New York Post in Thursday's editions, Berkowitz "discusses how poor choices led to the horrific murders he committed, and how he eventually became a Christian," according to a Web site promoting the book.
Neyla Moskowitz, whose 20-year-old daughter Stacy was Berkowitz's last victim, called the book "disgusting."
"Show me one prisoner that doesn't turn to God in jail," she said. "It's utterly sickening that people have to go through this again."
Berkowitz, 52, is serving six 25-years-to-life sentences for killing six people and wounding seven others during a deadly spree spanning 13 months in 1976 and 1977. He's being held at the Sullivan Correctional Facility in Fallsburg, 81 miles northwest of New York City.
Berkowitz shot his victims with a .44 caliber revolver, usually while they sat in cars. He was arrested in the summer of 1977. His nickname came from a note, left at a crime scene, reading: "I am a monster. I am the Son of Sam."
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