Do unto others before they do it to you. Three former Special Forces soldiers empty the courts and fill the morgues when they target the criminal world's untouchables. A former military policeman soon realises that he has well armed and highly trained vigilantes operating in the capital. More
Do unto others before they do it to you. Three disillusioned SAS Special Forces soldiers return to Britain in the aftermath of the 1991 Gulf conflict to discover an increasingly corrupt judiciary. Smirking miscreants walk free whilst the innocent suffer. Aided by a Scotland Yard informant, the trio embark on a brutal, covert crusade to rid Britain of its nefarious untouchables. Drug dealers, paedophiles and various other lawbreakers are targeted as the morgues fill and the courts empty. Detective Inspector Jim Brannigan, a former military policeman, investigates, suspecting that the deaths are linked. Divided loyalties ensue when the paroled Jamaican drug dealer responsible for the death of Jim's wife evades the justice system but not the elite soldiers now operating as vigilantes.
Anthony Vincent Bruno is single and lives in Dorset, England. By his own admission, he escaped death seven times by the grace of Christ. Self-preservation, security and peace of mind are paramount, hence, he does not engage in public appearances.
A group of dangerous people operating on behalf of the British government who would be disavowed by the same government if ever caught, which would be highly unlikely. Who would want to confront such people?