Innocent Victim by Mcdowell Brains

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Unjust imprisonment and revenge

Innocent victim

After eighteen years of prison service, the truth suddenly become public. Nicholas didn't kill a university girl, the murder charge for which he was imprisoned.

Now, Nicholas doesn't want to leave the prison. He says that it is the only home he will ever know. He says that his life has been changed completely through his prison experience. If he is again to live with the ordinary people in the society, he would be very dangerous.

But the state says that once it has no more charges against a person, it has no more authority to hold him in it custody.

Should the state follow process, release Nicholas to be the people's worst nightmare? Or should Nicholas' right to live and to choose the place he would like to experience that living be respected by the state and allow him to remain in prison?

Genre: FICTION / Mystery & Detective / Police Procedural

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Thrillers / Legal

Language: English

Keywords: unjust detention, prison gang, injustice, wealth breakthrough, life imprisonment sentence, freedom, family stress

Word Count: 72000

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