COLUMBUS, Ohio (PRWEB) January 09, 2013
An article recently released by IBN Live reveals the Indian politician Rahul Gandhi’s response to the allegations against him. Gandhi was being accused of buying land below market prices and evading stamp duty. AICC general secretary Janardhan Dwivedi points in Gandhi’s defense, “Today in politics the sort of dirty allegations being leveled is not good for democracy.” This just reveals how everywhere in life, and in almost every culture, false accusations are being used as powerful tools in weakening an opponent, especially those who stand as threats to a bigger agenda. In line with this Emmett K. Shasha reveals his own personal battles as he fought to clear his name and reputation in his book Voice of the Innocent.
Whilst some men feel hopeless and down after being politically attacked, other men fight back and try to prove their innocence. Emmett K. Shasha belongs to the latter as he reveals his shocking story in the hopes of empowering those who, just like him, were ganged up on and brutally attacked by those who abuse their own power. Shasha is a Liberian immigrant who settled in Ohio. Being in a country known as the “Land of the Free” he thought that his hard life in Monrovia was finally going to end. Nonetheless, his early years in America were not at all a walk in the park. During his stay, he fell as victim to intrigue, discrimination and ill-treatments from the Department of Homeland Security. They have tarnished his character and destroyed his name. As a way of defending himself, Shasha writes down everything he experienced and shares it all to the world to stir awareness and invoke justice, not just for himself but for his family as well.
Enriched with Biblical scriptures and passages, this book connects Shasha’s experience with the story of Joseph, Voice of the Innocent is a core-shaking and stimulating piece of literature that will indeed fuel those who are victims of character assassination, as well as teach readers a lesson on standing up for themselves and their rights as human beings. Compelling and inspiring, this book is a must-read for everyone who seeks for the light at the end of a dark tunnel.
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About the Author
Emmett Kollie Shasha was born on June 10, 1961, to Lewis and Fatu Shasha. In 1985, he got his high school diploma from Robertsport Gov. High School, Liberia. In 1990, he obtained his diploma from Monrovia Vocational Training Center, Liberia. In 2003, he got his degree in Adult Bible Studies from Moody Bible Institution, Chicago, Illinois. He also holds a diploma for practical ministry from Temple Bible College in Columbus, Ohio in 2004. Shasha is married with four children.
Voice of the Innocent * by Emmett K. Shasha
A plead for justice knowing that it could happen to you
Publication Date: November 7, 2012
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