Unknown Title 01- Intro

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Young Adult  |  House: Booksie Classic
Constable Clarke had just got a big promotion for cleaning up The Streets of New York, but little did his colleuges know, under the 'good' of Clarke was the dirty cop. Clarke dealt with drugs and dealers and the way he did it was that if he didnt get his way, he would send them to jail. The Streets became scared of him leaving him in a win-win situation. All was happy and good until one of his men where ordered to be killed and they found out, leaving Clarke in a difficult position being found out.. What will happen to Clarke? Read the book and find out!

Submitted: June 30, 2011

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Intro-Preface

He looked around the room scanning the people around. The room was overcrowded today leaving hardly any room to even stand. Sweat ran across his brow and down his tensed up cheeks. The only sound that was heard was the clock ticking to what seemed to be slower than seconds; the fan which due to all the spectators, had no use, and the random cough or clearing of the throat.

The clicking of the judge’s pen shattered the semi-silence of the room. Constable Clarke blinked fast, startled by the noise. He looked towards the judge. He had to answer the question. Simple as it was, looking as smart as he did in his full police uniform, slicked back hair and all, Clarke found it complicated to answer. He felt a strike of guilt like a bull getting whipped across his skin, but like a bull, was too numb to really care. His face showed little emotion when managing to spit out the word “Yes”. Not surprised of the answer, the judge nodded slightly causing his white wig to jiggle a bit. The judge then turned to the guard motioning him to get Clarke. “I hereby sentence Casey Clarke to life for executing the order of a murder, fraud and corruption of the law.” Clarke stood up, now with his fellow officer by his side. He looked over once more to his lawyer and nodded. This was it for his. It was his end. Did he regret any of his life? No. In his own words, “It was meant to be”. Clarke headed out of the building leaving the spectators speechless and somewhat relieved. The city was now a safer place. It was over.


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