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Killing Detroit pulls the sheets off a well-planned government scheme that left broken neighborhoods, fractured families, and dead bodies in its wake. Over fifty years later, Detroit is still reeling from this scheme of murder and financial destruction. For the first time since before the Civil War, Detroit is no longer among the nation's 20 most populous cities. Detroit's population was 677,116 last summer, a loss of 3,107 residents from the previous year, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. That loss was enough to drop the city to the 21st largest city in the nation, surpassed by Seattle, Denver, and, of all places, El Paso, Texas. At one time, Detroit was the richest and fourth largest city in America, behind New York, Chicago, and Philadelphia. Killing Detroit exposes the critical events behind the rapid decline of this once-great city.
About Killing Detroit
Killing Detroit is the true story of a black activist searching for justice. Carl, a lifelong resident of Detroit, notices rampant drug dealing on the streets of the city's black neighborhoods. Drug houses and street dealers have the protection of the Detroit Police Department. Carl is outraged and forms a group and sets out to expose the corruption inside the FBI and the Detroit Police Department. His tireless efforts resulted in a series of unexpected and violent attacks by the federal government. Killing Detroit reveals in detail for the first time the plot to destroy a city and its citizens and the voices of dissent. Learn what transformed this once-thriving city into the nation's largest drug den almost overnight in the 70s. The award-winning screenplay is now in book form order your copy today!
Coming Winter 2024 - The Corporate Klan
Corporate Greed And Corruption Meets Its Match!
Corporate America has a long history of exclusion. As a result, covert racism has become commonplace, and for the most part, overlooked and ignored. When racism in the workplace becomes so extreme and unchecked a strong reaction becomes necessary. At the risk of financial devastation and violence, the power of determination shines through in The Corporate Klan. The book exposes a unique and powerful counterattack on racism, that should be a warning to every corporation and CEO in America.