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Justice or Injustice? By J L Hardee
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This story is about a small town boy that was thrown into jury service on a highly publicized Capital Murder trial in Myrtle Beach, SC. It involves the case of: The State of SC vs. Kimberly Renee... More > Poole. This book isn't about the murder, or the guilt or innocence of the accused. Its about the experiences of a juror and his fight to standup for his beliefs. This book will put you right in a jury seat during this trial so that you can experience his plight.< Less
Injustice as an Agenda By G. Morgan
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"Injustice as an Agenda", a true story, written by me, under the pen name G. Morgan. This is a story written with the actual documents, letters, decisions and transcripts using the real... More > names of person's involved with the social services, all other names are made-up. The italic writing is the author's hint of deception to come, in not being concerned with what really happened, but with what a bureacracy wishes to present. Emotional frustrations and to error on the side of doing nothing, are left for the reader to assimilate. Innuendo and false accusations without proof remain prevalent in our society . Being the innocent victim gives rise to doubts due to legal rules, regardless of the truth, and the damage done cannot be repaired.< Less
Injustice as an Agenda By G. Morgan
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"Injustice as an Agenda", a true story, written by me, under the pen name G. Morgan. This is a story written with the actual documents, letters, decisions and transcripts using the real... More > names of person's involved with the social services, all other names are made-up. The italic writing is the author's hint of deception to come, in not being concerned with what really happened, but with what a bureacracy wishes to present. Emotional frustrations and to error on the side of doing nothing, are left for the reader to assimilate. Innuendo and false accusations without proof remain prevalent in our society . Being the innocent victim gives rise to doubts due to legal rules, regardless of the truth, and the damage done cannot be repaired.< Less
Injustice For All By Donald Sperry
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A true story of Sean Thomas who after leavintg home at seventeen to join the army, returns to begin college and seek his goal of becoming a C.P.A. Financial struggles almost derail his plans, but... More > through hard work and determination he finally becomes a partner in a very successful C.P.A. firm. Then the managing partner of the firm, an attorney and C.P.A. decides to help a friend and client of the firm with his tax problems and in so doing commits tax fraud and the distruction of the firm begins. The events that follow include a very public trial and conviction, an appeal of the conviction, sex in the boss's office, suicide by plane crash and a long legal battle lasting eighteen years. Prosecutors unfairly charge those who had nothing to do with the crime to get their co-operation and ultimately give up on their case. They then fight those who they unfairlyi charged. In the end there would be injustice for all.< Less
poetic injustice By Beth Ridgeway
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poetry in the style of e.e. cummings. no capital letters. nobody yells. nobody screams. quiet poetry...observing life and love and faith.
POETIC INJUSTICE By Bernard Martin
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Staffroom friendships can build into dangerous liaisons all conducted under the eagle eye of colleagues and pupils. How far can relationships go before they threaten to destroy lives?
POETIC INJUSTICE By Bernard Martin
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Staffroom friendships can build into dangerous liaisons all conducted under the eagle eye of colleagues and pupils. How far can relationships go before they threaten to destroy lives?
Injustice! Injustice! Let It End With Poetry By Keyame Niji
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Ever since slavery first began, people have lost their rights, told what to believe, stripped from their families, and poisoned with lies, chemicals, and diseases. It's now 2014, things have gotten... More > worse despite the fact it's said we have equal rights, education, equal job opportunity, and supposedly we can enjoy every luxury and livelihood that any other race has enjoyed. Well corruption and lethal force is still destroying many cultures and making it almost impossible to survive. It's time that we join together and create our own community, or be lead to the slaughter by what we call freedom.< Less
The Criminal Injustice Industry By Rich Rosen
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The American criminal justice system appears to be creating violent criminals for profit. Inmates are turned loose on society without the job skills or mental health to live productive lives. Those... More > who benefit from bilking the taxpayers are the employees of the system as well as the prison/industrial complex which has revived the concept of slave labor. “Justice for all” has been replaced with “guilty until proved wealthy”. U.S. prisons have become world class human rights violators. We are hiring so many police that the U.S. is in danger of devolving into a police state. America has become a fear society for Blacks, Hispanics, the mentally ill, the poor, whistle blowers and others who are disenfranchised. The main stream media and our elected officials, with rare exceptions, refuse to expose or even discuss the real sources of or the solution to the problem; they are described herein.< Less
The Criminal Injustice Industry By Rich Rosen
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The American criminal justice system appears to be creating violent criminals for profit. Inmates are turned loose on society without the job skills or mental health to live productive lives. Those... More > who benefit from bilking the taxpayers are the employees of the system as well as the prison/industrial complex which has revived the concept of slave labor. “Justice for all” has been replaced with “guilty until proved wealthy”. U.S. prisons have become world class human rights violators. We are hiring so many police that the U.S. is in danger of devolving into a police state. America has become a fear society for Blacks, Hispanics, the mentally ill, the poor, whistle blowers and others who are disenfranchised. The main stream media and our elected officials, with rare exceptions, refuse to expose or even discuss the real sources of or the solution to the problem; they are described herein.< Less