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Juice for Peanuts By Leo Stoller
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A prison diary and manual on how to sue the police for false arrest, false imprisionment, violation of civil rights, jail house account of being incarcerated for violations of the first amendment
Juice for Peanuts By Leo Stoller
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A prison diary and manual on how to sue the police for false arrest, false imprisionment, violation of civil rights, jail house account of being incarcerated for violations of the first amendment
Reciprocity Revisited By ANTHONY J. FEJFAR,
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In this short Tract Book, Anthony J. Fejfar argues for a second type of ethical reciprocity, utilizing a false arrest hypothetical.
Reciprocity Revisited By ANTHONY J. FEJFAR,
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In this short Tract Book, Anthony J. Fejfar argues for a second type of ethical reciprocity, utilizing a false arrest hypothetical.
Alf KIng and the PCG By Eric Brady
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For those who like satirical send-ups and the puncturing of pomposity. Alf King, a minor Gang Boss 'Thinks the Unthinkable' and plans to steal the Home Secretary's limousine. Harry Cuthbertson,... More > despite other evidence is certain Alf did it. Alf gives it to Esmarelda and the Duke in Spain - and only then finds it has a Tracker fitted - but it can be switched off. So a trap is set for Tubby Grimshaw. Following a 'hot lead to grab Alf' found by Harry, he and DS Ford go undercover as villains with 'money to launder' to liaise with Grimshaw to get Alf. Wanting to 'get' Grimshaw Alf and the Duke plant the car (now with the Tracker switched on) on him as he is going to London to 'sort out' the delay in the hot money coming through. Harry, already enamoured of the beautiful Home Secretary Felicity Harbison,is alerted to the the return of the limo and roars off to grab Alf. He finds it's Grimshaw with a false Passport and arrests him. And finds he has more UK arrests Warrants. He's promoted - to Alf's fury.< Less
My DUI Experience By G Hains
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This is not a “How to Beat your DUI” book. This is my story of drinking and driving. I got caught and I paid the price. If you’ve been falsely accused, this book is not for you. It... More > is a warning for those that don’t think it will happen to them. It is an overview and hopefully a source of comfort for those that have been arrested for the same thing. Or if you’re just curious about the process of being arrested and prosecuted for driving under the influence, this book is for you too.< Less
PRAYERS and PRAISES By Ida Kreiser
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Sex Crime Monster? By Peter Cripps
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True story of false accusations against me of child rape, child molestation, gross indecency, pedophilia, creating, distributing, publishing, and accessing child pornography. Wrongfully imprisoned in... More > a super jail’s maximum-security protective custody segregation lockdown cell. My murderous thoughts about killing cops slowly and viciously and ideas of suicide filled my dreams. I was described as a “monster,” “a depraved pervert,” a “heinous threat to children.” An initial two-week TV, radio and newspaper media saturation of my arrest destroyed my life. In criminal court, the Crown prosecutor demanded that I receive a thirty-five year prison sentence. I lost everything. All I had left was revenge. My three fantastic, supportive children gave me the hope to live on, and to not kill two cops and then myself. My true story describes how I overcame this horrible injustice and won. Thank you. Enjoy.< Less
The Sweet Void of Space By Philip Raymond Sadler
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Bill Wayden, Secretary to Operations Central Administrator Beal, is arrested and hauled before a corrupt court, where he is falsely convicted of assaulting two of his superiors and kidnapping Beal.... More > He is convicted and sentenced to 18 years on a Penal World. In his panic, he escapes and flees to the only place on Central that is safe: The Holy Temple of Thought. He is befriended by the Dalph, the High Priest, whereupon, matters only grow worse as he struggles to find Beal and prove his innocence. Meanwhile, Assistant Administrator Pharsey Calooh has been confiscating powerful living rocks called Items which act as guardians of the Universal fabric, for an insane bid for wealth and power, putting the Galaxy at terminal risk. This puts him at odds with Timmorey, the guardian of the teleportation way station on Earth, who refuses to surrender the Item he has under protective custody. Bill's and Timmorey's paths cross as they seek solutions for their problems.< Less
Matthias and his Impostures By William Leete Stone
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Robert Matthews was a religious impostor whose aliases included Robert Matthias, Jesus Matthias, Matthias the Prophet, and Joshua the Jewish Minister. He is remembered today chiefly for his brief... More > encounter with Joseph Smith, Jr., the founder of the Latter Day Saint movement. Matthews succeeded in convincing three wealthy merchants named Mills, Folger, and Elijah Pierson to give him a great deal of money and the deeds to two houses. Folger went bankrupt and in 1835 had Matthews arrested and briefly incarcerated for obtaining money under false pretenses. Matthews, along with his servant Isabella (later known as Sojourner Truth), was accused of murdering Pierson, but was acquitted. Upon his release from prison later in 1835, Matthews traveled through Ohio, and on 9 November of that year he paid a visit to Joseph Smith. The two discussed resurrection and reincarnation. His meeting with Smith ended with the two prophets denouncing each other as Satanic.< Less