In this true story that reads like a novel, Ron Dahly, a secular man, moves south to take a job that one woman wants a minister to have instead.
The author soon learns that his saintly nemesis is determined to destroy his reputation in order to make him leave. Because he stays, her friends and supporters at all levels of state government do whatever it takes, no matter how corrupt or illegal, to make that happen.
"Dahly thoroughly and persuasively explores the power of the state and its shady, incompetent 'bureaucrat goons' and 'good-ole-boy backward judicial system' and how this unholy combination can force innocent defendants into the high-stakes lottery of praying for a fair judge and jury." ~Kirkus Reviews
"Trapped in a swamp of bureaucracy, politics, and personal animosity, Ron Dahly faced trumped-up charges for abuse and financial fraud. The facts as they are related in Cracker Justice: A Real-Life Legal Thriller make Dahly a believable narrator who is dogged in pursuit of justice, saved by his own hard work and the aid of a generous attorney." ~ForeWord Clarion Reviews.
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About the Author
Mr. Dahly worked for organizations serving people born with developmental disabilities,
disabled veterans, our homeless, and our Deaf populations, in various capacities.
Recently widowed, and retired, Mr. Dahly lives reclusively with the couple's four dogs, in Akron, Ohio.