“CRIMINAL JUSTICE”

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Xlibris Corporation, Mar 31, 2011 - Fiction - 154 pages
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Lane Bryant, a former prisoner of the Texas prison system and who suffers from duel personality disorder, endeavors to lead a clean life for his family. After a false accusation coupled with a corrupt judicial system sends Bryant back to prison his life spirals out of control. Facing insurmountable odds against crooked cops, a powerful Nazi organization and his own demons Bryant fi ghts for justice . . . and his life.

Harris County’s courts house a number of lawyers and public defenders who prefer money over justice. In exchange for larger sums of money, they conspire to convict their indigent prisoners who don’t have the means to buy their freedom; guilty or innocent! Finding himself among the unfortunate innocents Lane’s alter personality is fi lled with rage and a hunger for vengeance, compelling Lane to put justice into his own hands and to destroy those who betrayed him. “You and your people sent me to prison under the guise of justice. Now I’m free and I want justice! I want justice for the injustices that you took part in. I want my justice . . . criminal justice.”
 

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Contents

Prologue
7
Chapter One
15
Chapter Two
36
Chapter Three
51
Chapter Four
68
Chapter Five
77
Chapter Six
96
Chapter Seven
100
Chapter Eight
127
Chapter Nine
132
Chapter Ten
139
Chapter Eleven
143
Epilogue
153
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