VERMONT IDOL MURDERS
TAKING THE INNOCENT
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The “Vermont Idol Murders Taking The Innocent,” is a fictional drama focusing on Captain John Pierson, a World War II veteran after the war ended. Once home he is enlisted to aid the the local citizens of Free Pass, Vermont to support their efforts to bring down corrupt city officials and criminals. Free Pass Township located in the Northern Highlands of Vermont bordering Canada has for generations been terrorized root in their town inflicting violence, murders and intimidation.
One French clan named DeFranque escaped to America after looting a fortune in tax revenues from Napoleon in 1789. This group set up their criminal enterprises in the early 1800’s in Northern Vermont and across the border in Canada.The DeFranques in their lust for power and wealth even collaborated from early 1900 up to 1947 with pro-Vichy Nazis cells supporting the German sedition in the region. Free Pass was then gripped by more fear, and the town was governed by crooked public officials and businesses.
These criminal cells also provided aid to Germany, trafficked in children and sex slave trade for Hitler's Aryan dream as as well helped Nazis escaping Europe after the war. DeFranques even promoted false by criminal gangs taking murder claims about the Abenaki Indians to divert blame off of their people. This treachery spread mistrust about the Abenaki across the Northern Highlands.
Peirson recognized that with his war background he could be important to the people of Free Pass Township in fighting the DeFranques. Shortly working with allies in the community and across the border John Pierson developed a plan take on the Vichy Nazis and sought to uncover their vulnerabilities. Leading a coalition of citizens, police, National Guard, and Canadian law officials DeFranque enterprises was taken out, their resources destroyed and the DeFranque mob leaders were eliminated.
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