Warranty Void If Seal Is Broken

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AuthorHouse, Apr 27, 2011 - True Crime - 284 pages
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Im Brayden Cooper and Im just an average guy who found himself in a situation not at all average. Based on a true story, I will reveal to you state secrets, twisted politics, a few crooked cops, the negligence of the legal aid office, and the emotional battles of going to prison an innocent man. My faith in God has never been tested like it has been in the story Im about to tell. All names have been changed, as ordered by a federal judge, to protect the identity of the cowards who fear the truth. Much of this story has never before been told. I promised myself an uncensored story of truths and I kept that promise, no matter who hurts as a result. I will, within this book, hold accountable those who made me hurt and have never taken responsibility. Although I went to prison for a crime I did not commit, I am not innocent. I am guilty of being blind to warning signs right in front of my face. I am guilty of not doing more to help. I am guilty of being fooled, of being a fool. This book is not for the faint of heart.

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Jon Bush, born September 4, 1982, lives in Lexington, KY. He spent his time in college studying computer science and continues to work in technology. Since his wrongful conviction in 2006 in Lexington, he has since devoted time to activism work. He focuses largely on those convicted of crimes they did not commit, corruption in the criminal justice system and harsher penalties for sex offenders. He writes legislation suggestions for state and local representatives trying to right at least some of the wrongs in the system. Warranty Void If Seal Is Broken, based on a true story, was written based on a horrific time in Jon Bush’s life. He tells the story from the front row seat that was his. The sequel to this novel is expected to be released in late 2011 or early 2012. The sequel picks up where this book left off and finishes telling the story. To extend his efforts and make them more productive, Jon has enrolled in Law School at the University of Kentucky to help better understand the complexities in our justice system and to better learn ways to make a real difference. Jon has also written several technology related articles for Business Lexington and writes his own blog and all the content that appears on his official website. You can visit the official website at http://jonbushbooks.com You can read the blog at http://blog.jonbushbooks.com Thanks for your support!

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