Ever feel like your voice doesn’t matter? You won’t, ever again, after reading this mind-blowing thriller of justice in the age of whistleblowers and social networking. Join the community, be the judge!
There exists a place where no one stands above the law, where individuals and corporations are held liable in ways, which fit their crimes…
WikiJustice Social Network publishes classified documents exposing lies and abuses of power.
Soon, lynchings ensue. Crooked politicians, CEOs of greedy corporations, and corrupt police officers, are found dead.
But not all is what it seems. Someone is taking advantage of WikiJustice to further a dangerous agenda…
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- Skip the Pills, Take a Book
- Tools of the Spy Trade
- Using Sex in Espionage
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