Tweed Heads, NSW, Australia (PRWEB) July 12, 2012
There are many people who have experienced prejudice and the flaws of the country’s justice system. Most of these cases prove that individuals with highly regarded positions of power and trust can contort the law leaving those who are seeking for justice desperate and doubtful. Now, author Jie Fu Kwan Wu divulges his own untold story of being prescribed and precluded from natural justice in his book, Without Prejudice: Nailing the Standard.
This book has crystallized from the chronic, ongoing legal experiences of the author, borne from two decades of a personal overwhelming struggle for justice. Many innocent people go to the grave shafted, with no fair affordable legal path to challenge a decision of the legal system. The book contains explosive details and truth that prove how individuals in highly regarded positions of power and trust contort the law. This account is a true story that has been denied the opportunity of being put to air. However, behind the contempt for the failing system, and cynicism of the writer, rests the hope of answered prayer.
Informative, stimulating and boldly presents the real situations in the justice system, this book hopes to ignite hope and inspire justice—people power, justice for all, in accordance with there is only one authority on Earth. Indeed, Without Prejudice is an intriguing book that confronts the administration of law and order in the society.
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Without Prejudice * by Jie Fu Kwan Wu
Nailing the Standard
Publication Date: March 16, 2012
Trade Paperback; $29.99; 141 pages; 978-1-4691-6915-6
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