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I'm Still Standing

Narrated by: Jason Nunnally
Length: 1 hr and 47 mins
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I'm Still Standing is the story of a man whose idea of duty put him in conflict with the powers that be, and how he endured the injustice of false charges and wrongful incarceration, turning bad providence into spiritual growth. Raymond Hicks writes candidly about the humiliation that he suffered as an upstanding young black officer who was wrongly accused by his coworkers–the anguish and financial ruin that he and his family experienced as he single-handedly attempted to fight corruption within the sheriff's department, as well as within the justice system which failed him. Hicks, a modern-day Serpico, reveals his story in hopes that no other dedicated individual will ever have to suffer through a "justice system gone mad."

The purpose of this book is not just to restore justice, to "right the wrongs" visited upon Mr. Hicks, but to make everyone aware of the dangers we all face in a country riddled with corruption to such a degree that "honesty" is all but eliminated.

©2015 Raymond Hicks (P)2018 Raymond Hicks

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This book depicts police brutality and corruption. I left the jail and move on to plainclothes assignments,, Drug Task Force, Organized Crime Division, Cradle where I slowly discovers a hidden world of corruption where my colleagues were planting drugs, taking money and beating young blacks offenders to the ground. Cops are supposed to set the tone for people of society by fighting crimes. I won't stop fighting until I'm totally Vindicated. RH