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By Nancy Louise Lewis

My existence in journalism, which started masking a infamous, and beforehand unsolved homicide in Connecticut, ended in makes an attempt on my existence through law enforcement officials in states. You don’t need to be black to have police officers in need of you dead!

I exposed newspaper corruption at any place I went in the course of my thirty-year profession, and in addition discovered corruption and disorder in executive in any respect degrees. i stopped up homeless, first on East Coast streets and later in New Mexico, as a result of duplicitous nature of a few of the papers I wrote for, which promise fact yet provide something but.

Part I info my poisoning by the hands of constabularies and others in Louisiana, after I uncovered an beforehand unpublished account of a bloodbath of black squaddies in 1942, which was once lined up by means of the military and my newspaper.

Part II describes homelessness intimately from a first-hand point of view, either at the East Coast and in New Mexico, and it gains columns I released whereas at the streets.

Part III describes the trouble of Santa Fe police officers to put off me completely after i might develop into a thorn within the facets of corrupt officers and newspapers by way of submitting forty-odd lawsuits.

I needs to be a cat in conceal, on the grounds that I wrote for newspapers in not less than 9 states and am nonetheless alive to inform the story. i'm hoping this publication will precipitate swap in journalism, the affection of my life.

About the Author:
Now retired, award-winning newspaper journalist and school professor Nancy Louise Lewis lives in Connecticut. She is CEO of her nonprofit, Advocacy limitless, which is helping deserving litigants have enough money an legal professional to entry the courtroom approach. this can be her first book.

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