Tennessee Justice

Xlibris Corporation
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This is about good people that are done wrong by evil people. But the evil people get what they have coming usually without a Judge or Jury. Karen was driving on a narrow country road. It was late in the fall. It was a cold rain. Soon it was raining harder and she slowed to forty. There wasn’t much traffic on that road so she was OK. Then one came up behind her fast making it hard to see. She wished that one was in front of her instead of behind. Her wish was about to come true however because the driver started around her in a blind curve. Then what was not supposed to happen did. They met a car. As she looked to the left, all she could see was green, a very particular color, a light florescent green, so bright in the evening rain. As the driver floored the dually, trying to get around, she heard it real plain. A hot rod diesel. The driver took her out rather than hit the oncoming car head on. She went down a bank and centered a big oak tree. She ended up down where nobody could see her. She stayed most of the night not knowing weather she will bleed to death or freeze to death. Either way she was going to die. Then two paramedics came just in time before she passes out for the second time. She awoke to find herself on the floor of the ambulance. Then she began to wonder about these paramedics. She remembered smelling beer on one of them. Now she is on the floor They didn’t even strap me to the gurney. Soon she realized there was no gurney, this was no ambulance but a work van. She was laying among power tools, saws, drills and the like. She had to get out of that van, whenever they stop for gas or something . . . . But they didn’t stop. She was with them what ever and where ever.
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Xlibris Corporation
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Jan 8, 2015
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