Breaking the Silence by Kenzell Evans
Railroaded by Family, Friends & the Law

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A Dickensian Family and a racist Criminal Justice System have blown my life off course. How I prevailed over the long haul is my bizarre, gut-wrenching
story. The travesty of having my freedom snatched away will haunt me to my grave.



I became my own lawyer to challenge a double life plus 15 year sentence and I talked to animals for companionship and used a city dump as a clothing store
to outfit myself when my family tossed me out in the cold.



I had to use my brain power to fight calamities rather than get the diploma I wanted in business management. I’m still ashamed of being falsely accused.



This is a horror story of a wrecked life and a focused mind.
 

About Kenzell Evans

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Published December 4, 2012 by AuthorHouse. 237 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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A true story about how the justice system in the USA often does not deserve the name it carries.

Mar 30 2013 | Read Full Review of Breaking the Silence: Railroa...

BC Books

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A true story about how the justice system in the USA often does not deserve the name it carries.

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