|Publisher:||Alister & Paine|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.69(d)|
What People are Saying About This
In The Blue Tent Sky, Brian Aitken, with grace rather than bitterness, exposes the evils a scorned woman can inflict upon a good man and how a biased court system will work in her favor. A shocking exposé of cruelty and corruption. --Suzanne Venker, author of The War on Men
I read the book in one setting. Stupendous achievement. Searing. Infuriating. Uplifting. All at once.
Brian Aitken has written a searing memoir about his experiences inside a legal system that has lost its moral compass. From the police officers who violated his Fourth Amendment right to be free from unreasonable search and seizure, to the prosecutors who indicted him for exercising his Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms, to the judges who failed at every step to apply the law correctly and evenhandedly, Brian learned to his great cost how deeply ironic the term “criminal justice” has become for many Americans. That he can write about his ordeal with such dignity and even humor is a testament to Brian's courage, his integrity, and his compassion. Read this book. -- Clark Neily III, Institute for Justice