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Disintegrating Justice: One Man's Fight against the Justice System

by D.F.R.

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Disintegrating Justice exposes corruption. Every one associated with this special group is prepared to do anything that is expected of them even if its against the law and evil. ( )
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Derrick Rivas is a hardworking man who enjoys a successful career in Arizona. But his life comes crashing to a halt when he discovers his wife of seventeen years is having an affair.
At first, he hopes to repair his marriage, but he soon realizes that his wife, Estella, has no intentions of fixing things. After finding out he wants a divorce, she delivers a dire warning. He will pay for leaving her.
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