Detective Mike Arnold of Miami Dade homicide knew he was dealing with a serial killer, but he wasn't about to let the media know. The perpetrator was killing men around the metro Miami area and he had no evidence of who it might be. No evidence and no witnesses. Mike's squad working the case had already given the killer a nickname, "The Invisible Man". The killer was pulling off the murders in daylight and after dark both without leaving a single shred of evidence. Mike had nothing to go on except one thing, victimology. Every one of the dead men was a convicted sexual predator.
In addition to having a serial killer, he had a vigilante serial killer. He and his team had to work this case as quietly as possible; they didn't want the press getting wind of these cases. The half dozen detectives working with Mike all agreed that there was no hurry to solve the case because they all felt the killer was doing society a service and there were other cases with real victims they should be working.
People always turn these killers into some kind of hero of society. That was the last thing Mike needed.
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George spent his entire career in the military trying to clean up garbage in other countries, drug lords in central and South America, terrorists in the Middle East, Asia and North Africa. Now it was time to clean up the city he lived in. George was sick and tired of turning on the local news and hearing about another child that was raped and killed by a predator right here in his home base. It was time to use his expert skills to help "take out some of the garbage" in Miami. The system was broke so bad it was beyond repair. Everyday another convicted child predator was put on probation instead of being sent to prison or they were released early because of overcrowding. The fact that they were multiple offenders didn't seem to matter.