Jeremy Michael Long

Some old books I’ve read were “The Most of Andy Roony,” “Tears of Rage” by John Walsh (the host of TV’s America’s Most Wanted), which talks about the life of John Walsh, the untold story of the 1981 kidnapping and murder of six-year-old Adam Walsh, his allied partnership with the FBI that led up to the development of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (origionally the Adam Walsh Center) and of course America’s Most Wanted, who since its debut in February 1988, has been responsible for the capture of over a thousand criminals and the reunions of many lost children with their families as well as honoring fallen police officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty, thus bearing the statement – “Its Not How These Officers Died That Made Them Heros, It’s How They Lived.” Other books that I’ve read include one by Jerry Seinfeld and Tim Allen’s “Don’t Stand Too Close To A Naked Man!,” etc.