E.J. Gamble was born into violence As a
child, he was abused relentlessly by his
father. The scar over E.J.'s right eye was
inflicted during one of his father's drunken
fits of rage. The boy's father was shot
several years later. No suspects were found.
E.J. Enlisted in the Armed Forces at the
age of eighteen and was quickly awarded
multiple medals of honor. An incident during
the Iraq Conflict led to an honorable discharge.
A physical examination determined that E.J.
was stricken with a small, possibly malignant
brain tumor. E.J. refused treatment and
allegedly moved back to his home state of
The years that followed are shrouded in
urban folklore. Many in the criminal underworld
claim that E.J. is one of the deadliest
and most feared hired killers in the United
One of the most notable of these stories
surrounded the novel "Hitmen - An Examination
of the American Contract Killer" by
author Francis O'Brian. O'Brian suggested
that E.J. was an undiagnosed schizophrenic
who was sexually abused by the father that
he later murdered. The novel also suggested
that E.J. was a closet homosexual, linking
him to numerous hate murders around the
Several months after the release of the
book, Mr. O'Brian was found executed in
his Manhattan home. No suspects were arrested.