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Reviewed by Christian Sia for Readers' Favorite
The Business of American Injustice by Sydney Williams is a poignant narrative, a memoir that deals with what the author calls “a story about our personal journey through civil litigation, bankruptcy, and the criminal justice system. As unbelievable as it seems, each event is a matter of public record.” This is a story that relates grave injustices against a couple, a story that put them through the worst forms of suffering, including forced separation. They were tried for a crime without a victim. The narrative is poignant, and it raises powerful questions about the role of the justice department and its commitment to justice. It is also a tale of strength in a relationship and a couple’s courage to endure, hoping against hope, and believing in each other.
I loved this narrative and I enjoyed the fact that the author tells their story of a Real Estate Investor who lost everything and for the sake of injustice. The story is filled with researched facts and information that will stun the ordinary American citizen. For instance, the author states that “One in every 263 people we encounter is a lawyer. We have over 25% of the world’s prisoners. Vague and absurd laws create lawbreakers. More such laws create more law breakers.” This memoir is a tale of flagrant injustice and it explores the suffering of a loving couple that experienced forced separation after being sent to Federal prison.
The writing is flawless and the voice is so powerful. One hears a fighter fighting against the injustices committed against the innocent on a daily basis, a powerful indictment of the justice system. But it is also a story of the love of a couple that remains faithful to each other in spite of trying times. The Business of American Injustice is a book with the most useful information every citizen needs about the justice system. It is as thought-provoking as it is informative.