Fifteen years ago on Easter Sunday, I learned from a stranger's voice at a hospital emergency room on the west coast where my daughter was attending college, she was dead-on-arrival from GHB poisoning. The men, a local hip-hop rapper, and his band, who brought my daughter to the hospital, admitted in sworn statements to the police she had been at their music studio forty to fifty minutes when she fell to the floor convulsing before entering a coma. The men, despite attempting CPR, quit the effort, and failed to call 911. They waited nine hours before seeking medical attention. To date, the case remains a San Francisco cold case.
Many voices, including the heroine, narrate, A Forever Story, and provide testimony about what happened that fateful dawn in April, 1999. A Forever Story is based on real events but written as fiction to protect identities since no one was prosecuted for the unlawful killing of another. A Forever Story is an opportunity to take this cold case public, and allow a worldwide audience to judge the guilt or innocence of the suspects our justice system set free.
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|Publisher:||Bensky Publishing LLC|
|Edition description:||Enhanced Edition|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.79(d)|
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