I Am Justice: A Journey Out of Africa

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Preface, 2009 - Abused children - 250 pages
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Justice's journey began in Ghana, at the hands of his uncle, an abusive medicine man. Determined to make something of his life, he fled across the Sahara Desert, before being captured, jailed and tortured. He escaped and head for the people smugglers of Libya who he hope would sail him to freedom. This is his harrowing tale.

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About the author (2009)

Paul Kenyon is an award-winning journalist who has worked for almost twenty years across BBC News and Current Affairs. In 2005 he was the first reporter to film Iran's secret nuclear sites, making an hour-long documentary which was shown around the world. For four years Paul had his own series on BBC One, Kenyon Confronts which used secret filming to expose corruption in areas as diverse as horse-racing, the Catholic Church and immigration. At its peak it was the most watched current affairs programme on the BBC. Paul currently works on Panorama and he became friends with Justice Amin while researching a two-part story on African migrants for the programme in 2007.

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