As a full time university student, Matthew Douglas is exempt from the Vietnam War. But he's cast into the life of a fugitive which all starts after an unknown school counselor convinces him to drop a class. More
A true life series of unbelievable events starts when real life New Yorker, Matthew Douglas drops a college class which makes him eligible for the draft in 1967. Shortly after, the government launches an investigation into Anti-American activities after Matthew volunteers his time to serve soup at a homeless shelter suspected for being communist. This launches a multitude of incredible, but true, events for two brothers. Fugitive of Injustice provides an intimate, somber, and detailed account of this "stranger than fiction" biographical, personal history of a draftee.