Silent shots exploded glass throughout Palm Beach County, Florida in the year of 1988. Was it for excitement or rage? For nearly nineteen years, the shootings and their aftermath resound throughout this wealthy county of heartless souls behind the walls of million-dollar estates and top-dollar cars. The author's accurately noted, acknowledged, and heroic narrative reads like an appalling novel of Hell, and yet it endures a complete documentation of NON-FICTION. The author provides a mastery written first-person report of his deplorable life destroyed by the vestige of peer pressure with extraneous twists and turns of a rampage vandalism case. It's an alluring story populated by a corridor of eccentrics: the ex-felon James Reid who is a cop for Palm Beach County School Police; Lori Bakyta the wife of James Reid who filed an injunction; the accuser Jill Reiter of Palm Beach Community College; the real nutty professor of Palm Beach Atlantic University; Bobby Wummer the cop who arrested the vandals; the innocent friend Bob Maria hit by a train; Detective O'Neill, the cop who failed to arrest the author; and the seducing wife of a Margate police sergeant. These and many other Palmbeachians act as an American circus, with the author revealing the association, belligerence, and schemes that thrive in a large county where everyone is envy of everyone else. Palm Beach County School Police Hired an Ex-Felon is an inspiring and inveigling reading experience. Highly educational and completely slander free, reading this enormously sincere portrait of the most snobbish county in the nation you'll fail to put this book down. Upon completion of this reading, the author promises you that you'll NEVER look at law enforcement the same way again.
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