“Prison Wars”

Posted: September 7, 2010 in Books, Crime, Current events
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“…My name is Martin Sanger.  If you’re an American you’ve probably heard of me via my association with the manslaughter case involving Quentin Longus.  I am the guy that was up on manslaughter charges.  To the young I largely need no introduction. I worked for Quentin.  I was his personal publicist and friend.  My job was to keep his family sheltered from his coming professional turmoil.  Boy did I fail.  I blame myself for some of the splashes of intrigue and writing flare that fed his addictions. You may ask why I want to retell the story of the now infamous Quentin Longus.  Everybody knows more than they ever wanted to know about him.  I want to tell it because I knew him before his infamous press conference that planted the seed of our destruction…”  Here.

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