To Prove His Innocence
She has fought for sixteen years now to prove her brother's innocence. When the courts and the cops didn't listen, she marched on to the legislature and the Governor. Finally, she found her support in the media. Even her detractors refer to her as tenacious. The Governor's Attorney said unequivocally that if he ever got in trouble, he was going to adopt her as his sister. Now, nearly every public figure knows who she is and what her cause is, but knows if they can't answer her questions satisfactorily, they will see her outside their window with her lawn chair and protest poster. Real people, real events and real consequences, that is the hard driving message of this book.
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