Friday, August 28, 2009

Cyrus Webb welcomes his new client author Jermnine Demouchette

In September 1992 a violent inmate named James Demouchette was executed in Texas for the shooting death of an assistant manager and another man at a Houston pizza restaurant on Oct. 17, 1976. Now in 2009, his youngest brother, Jermnine Demouchette, has released a book that not only chronicles his brother's life but offers hope for young people that might be prone to follow in his violent footsteps. James Demouchette vs. the State of Texas is a revealing look into the mind of a violent man whose reputation in and out of prison earned him the moniker of being "Texas' meanest death row inmate." Cyrus Webb is pleased to announce that he has come on board with Demouchette as the Lead Publicist on his marketing team.

"There is no question that James was an evil man," says Jermnine. "The account I give in the book attempts to take the reader into the mind of this sociopath, recounting key events in his violent history. There is also a comprehensive section of documents that shed light on his existence in prison."

In addition to the 1976 murders, James Demouchette was also convicted of fatally stabbing a fellow death row inmate in 1983 and was sentenced to 15 years. He also beat and raped another inmate, stabbed at least two others, twice set fire to his cell and stabbed two guards searching his cell, prison records show.

(International Recording Artist Slim Thug seen above with the powerful biography James Demouchette vs. the State of Texas .)

Why did Jermnine write this book and release it now? He answers this way: "I'm not glorifying the horrible things that my brother did or the life that he led. The book will show young kids this is not the way you want your life to be, using drugs and hurting people.You will end up in jail are on death row like my brother for the rest of your life. I hope that they will learn from my family's experience, take control of their lives and be productive young men and women."

Since its release, the book has already begun to spark discussion with over 20,000 copies sold to date through word of mouth and online. To find out more about Jermnine Demouchette, visit

The book can be purchased on Amazon at this link: or ordered at your local bookstore.

To schedule an interview, speaking engagement or booksigning with Jermnine Demouchette, contact Cyrus A. Webb at or 601.896.5616.

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