So turns out I'm very familiar with the Hicks case. For him to be portrayed as innocent in any way whatsoever makes this a work of fiction. The author should
be ashamed of himself for trying to sensationalize a monster who murdered,
and ended up admitting to it, a 3 year old little girl. The state of Montana stands
by and protects his children, so to think Hicks got an unfair "brand of justice" for
murdering a 3 year old is absurd. This is sickening.
'Brand of Justice' is a work of fiction. Agreed? One police officer read the story and claimed it was non-fiction because it tells it the way itreally is. I'm somewhat perplexed as to just how the story portrays Mr Hicks. I'm of the opinion the world community as a whole stands by and protects its children. With all due respect, your review would be more meaningful if you had taken the time to actually read the story. No worries, you could pick up a used copy on Amazon or Abe Books and I would not benefit monetarily. Knowledge is an empowering thing indeed. Many thanks Sam.