A sudden, unexpected decision by the Department of Justice caught everyone by surprise. The DoJ announced that they were cancelling the program that allowed private corporations to run prisons for profit.
The Town Attorney of a small town in Louisiana noticed a provision in the federal law that previously meant nothing to his town. But with the federal program being cancelled, because the provision was there, he saw the potential to raise badly needed money for his town. He convinced the mayor to enact a town law that allowed residents to become licensed jailers and house prisoners in their homes. The Home Incarceration Program was born.
Because the Law of Unintended Consequences hadnít also been repealed when they did that, (and it never will be), there were unintended consequences. The most significant was that it created the opportunity for sex slavery to take root in the program and grow to become the engine that drove the program to become phenomenally successful in the town.
The story is fiction, but the events created in the story are entirely possible; perhaps even plausible. The decision by the Department of Justice is real; it happened in the real world. The events that happen in this story might make you wonder if there couldnít be a small town somewhere in America with a Home Incarceration Program that is being quietly run.
This book begins the story, telling of how the program came into being and how a local girl, Mary Ellingworth, became the first prisoner in it, and the first sex slave in Blugh Bayou.
No. words: 57600 We do not recommend this book for readers under 18 years of age
Style: Bondage/BDSM and Romance, Sex Slavery / Training
Available Formats: MOBI EPUB MS Word PDF MS Reader Text RTF
Product type: EBook
Published: 4 / 2020
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