This book is a concept developed for a New Plymouth man arrested and charged with a crime he never committed.
The photo is of a Corrupt Cop, a Samoan policeman who sold the database of gun owners to gangs. Depending on the way the case unfolds the book may or may not be produced. Replacing the photo on the front cover however with a photo of the policewoman who encouraged members of the public to lie in their affidavits could have a massive impact on how the cards are stacked in this game of truth.
Police generally recommend that their own investigation team are contacted when things go wrong. Publishing the investigation as it happens in realtime and/or publishing a book about it are alternative options.
I’ve said before that the cockroaches flee when the light comes on. Most crooks too seek to operate in the dark.
Are you ready for a war?
We have to check whether a crook can invert our attack and return fire with fire.
Would it be OK with you if your real motives were exposed?
Vigilante justice can be dangerous and is looked down upon in a condescending manner by authorities with an interest in protecting their patch.
Getting your story out there however is a perfectly valid alternative strategy, especially when justice through the authorities is neither forthcoming, nor timely.