Would these words destroy the amazing career of a genius Hispanic economist known as John Carver, formerly named Julio Heinrich Romero? Would Gloria, who would never imagine that she would have to go through with an entire rape trial, ever come clean and admit she lied? Would a prosecutor, who learns half way into the case that there are some major discrepancies between what Gloria says and what actually happened, choose to go to the side of truth, or the side of winning at all costs? And would an American jury ever believe in a million years that a woman would lie about a charge of rape, and that a prosecutor would knowingly put on a fraudulent case?
The Nobel Prizener is a story of American courtroom injustice, and of an unstoppable genius that continued in his path the save the world.