A military reject combs the streets of L.A. to find purpose that would return him home into the Army but first
he must find a way to deal peace as he offers the major street gangs a chance to recover what was stolen from
them by a crooked betraying faction and a corrupt police department. Joe Lezama is once again dealing justice
in the streets of L.A.; a justice that sparks the fuse of a civil war within the LAPD. Can he stop them or will he
accrue the aid of the original street regulators; the Eighteenth Street Gang?
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About the Author
JOE MEDINA was born in Managua, Nicaragua in 1968. He studied at Hoover St. Elementary school and was
selected into the Gifted Program while in Kindergarten. He earned a GED and High School diploma while in
the sixth grade. He attended West Point Military Academy in 1979. That summer he earned a PhD in
psychology. He served in the Army in 1986 through 1987 and was awarded the Distinguished Graduate
Award, the Army Achievement Medal, and the Army’s Driver’s Badge Award. He volunteered service for the
LA Conservation Corps, UCLA Medical Center, the LAPD, the County, the Bureau, and the Agency. He served
as a Missionary for the Church and thereafter became Sheriff in Mexico City D.F. He has degrees from Los
Angeles Trade Technical College. Joe Medina resides in Los Angeles. He married in 2004 and is father of two.