Extreme Breach of Trust

· Page Publishing Inc

About this ebook

Murray Cohen planned to live out his "Golden Years," in his home on Siesta Key Sarasota, Florida. His dream was cut short when his wife of three weeks deliberately denied him medical assistance when he requested an ambulance thinking he was having a natural heart attack. Murray's bride waited until she believed he was dead before making her 'Academy Award' call to 911. Unfortunately for his killer, Murray was not finished fighting for his life. Murray Cohen's death was classified as natural by authorities in the State of Florida. His son became suspicious after many red flags and began his own investigation. He uncovered the ultimate evidence of murder left behind by his father. This story shines a light on how unequal, corrupt, and broken the Civil and Criminal Justice systems in America have become.

About the author

Steven J. Esdale was born on June 11, 1959 in Newark, New Jersey, and grew up in Union Township. He graduated from Union High School in 1977 and moved to Florida in 1982. Steven met the love of his life, Lisa, in 1989, and they have been married for 28 years now. He spent his working life doing home remodeling and renovations. Steven is an inventor who was issued two patents. Steven plays the sport of Jai Alai, which is the world’s fastest ball sport. He is a five time amateur Jai Alai tournament champion. One of his most cherished and memorable life experiences was winning one of the tournaments at the of age 50 with his son Ryan as his team mate, in King of the Hill II at Dania Jai Alai against opponents who were half his age (YouTube).

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