In the Name of Corruption
By Mark Pruter
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Published: Sep. 29, 2011
Words: 8,980 (approximate)
U.S bounty hunters taken captive in the Central American jungle...a true story.
The following is a true story documenting the unjust treatment and prejudice encountered by three Americans who traveled to Central America. Their mission was simple in this third world land. However, they experienced a gruesome and all too real look into the dark side of a corrupt foreign justice system. They were honorable, moral men; committed Americans doing their jobs. But their mission would leave them in desperate circumstances. The following names and places have been altered to protect the individuals in this story.
, bounty hunter
, true story
, third world
, central america
, taken prisoner
, foreign jail
, captive americans
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on Oct. 10, 2011 :
The story is interesting and very well written. I would recommend it as a must read.
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