The Sentence, A Family's Prison Memoir by Gene Kraig

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In the early 1960's, Jerry Kraig, an idealistic Cleveland lawyer, was retained by his boyhood mentor, Reuben Sturman, later known as the Czar of Pornography. Kraig was his First Amendment Co-ordinator. Little did Kraig know his representation would lead him into a nightmare legal battle resulting in Kraig's imprisonment to defraud the Federal Government of Sturman's taxes.
The Kraig's were an average suburban family who had everything and lost it all.

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Published January 7, 2006 by BookBaby. 273 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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