This story is based on historical facts. For over 50 years, the U.S. government thwarted the efforts of American WWII POWs to seek justice from Japan for mistreatment while interned. Now, after decades of frustration, a dwindling number of aging POWs organize to sue their own government. Two attorneys take up their cause against an arrogant, uncaring government Defense Attorney who believes the Plaintiffs have no case. Suspense mounts as the story twists in unexpected ways: -A former Japanese soldier interned by the Soviets ...

Tears of Injustice 2014, Tate Publishing & Enterprises

ISBN-13: 9781631859007

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Tears of Injustice 2014, Tate Publishing & Enterprises

ISBN-13: 9781633069176

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