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Legalized Crime

Legalized Crime

by Roger C. Bull

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Overview

In dire times, desperate actions tend to override the sanity of society. When bad is good, and roper is shameful, laws change to fit the mores of the times. Drastic actions become commonly accepted to return sanity to a populace gone wild.

Presidential candidate, Martin Talbot, proposed one solution to stabilize the nation's depressed economy and, at the same time, to reduce the violent crime rate. The answer: The Economic Recovery and Crime Reduction Act. The news media dubbed it the Legalized Crime bill. Included in the act is a new procedure for executing criminals with a history of violent crimes: Nexecution. Antagonists of the bill call it legalized murder.


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ISBN-13: 9781663540348
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Press
Publication date: 07/25/2020
Pages: 76
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.16(d)

About the Author

Roger C. Bull is the author of several books: “Within the Heart and Soul;” “Legalized Crime;” “El Rey del Tiempo: It’s Not What You Think;” “The Thin Line of Good and Evil,” "Within the Temples: Bloodletting," “Teneum: The Thin Line,” “Back Alley Déja Vu,” “Uncle Edgar – The Android,” and “Uncle Edgar – United Space Force.” His eclectic life is a foundation of resources that he uses to craft his stories.

The author studied biology, chemistry, physics at Southeastern Louisiana Univesity. He graduated from the LSU Law Enforcement Institute with studies in supervision, management and advanced law enforcement disciplines. Then he attended Holy Cross College to study criminology, psychology and sociology.

Bull's experiences include writing poetry, short stories, and novels. Also, his background includes electronics, radio and telecommunications, and computer consulting. He attends rocket launches with his son, Mathew, at the Kennedy Space Center.

He owned, along with his lovely wife Karen, Southern Oaks Publishing, LLC until the end of 2019.

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