Catch Me If You Can: Abuse of Government Power

This book addresses how the misuse of government power and control affect people of any race anywhere in the world. It not only related to people of different complexions or races. The murder of whites and other races of people can and has been covered up by government since I believe all racial groups suffer from abuse of government power and control. In this view, I ask that you look beyond color to see the bigger picture. Thus, the Trayvon Martin case is only used as an example of the tactics used and what to look out for when seeking justice. This book is based on facts and the assertions based on the facts are my opinion.

A prior version of this book received a favorable review from Writer’s Digest. See below. If you want to purchase an e-book copy or order a print copy, go to Amazon.

“The book tackles a prevalent, dangerous topic: institutional racism. The author clearly states that racism is the heart of the story of Trayvon Martin’s murder and George Zimmerman’s acquittal. Public interest in the case, and the prevalence of similar stories make this book a timely part of the discussion. The author’s rage is understandable and yet is controlled and directed at solutions. The author’s approach … will equip those who agree with logic and reasoning, and it will encourage those who are unsure to see the racial undercurrents of American culture. The book includes numerous list, statistics, charts, conversations, legislation, and other elements that establish the claims, and modulate the pace of the book. The chapter “Where Do We Go from Here” is practical and combats the frustration and despair that come from facing the facts presented earlier in the book. The subtitle tells the author’s point of view up front … The table in the back matter presents evidence and concisely details the arguments of the book, making it easy to share the author’s insights with others.

Judge, 2nd Annual Writer’s Digest Self-Published eBook Awards 2014

(The review of the original book from a different perspective under a different name.)