Red Light City, Scott James
Scott James

Red Light City

The memoir is that of a cab driver whose constant exposure to criminal violence on the night streets as a first-hand observer, resulting in his regularly being called as a court witness, opened his eyes to the practice of the justice system in action, and led to his disenchantment with the law courts' apparent lack of equitable restitution and retribution.Following an assault which left him scarred, he eventually formed alliance with underworld acquaintances whom he met in the course of nightshift working, and this subsequently resulted in a philosophy of taking the law into his own hands in response to confrontation by criminal violence.The memoir also sheds light on lesser known twilight aspects of human behaviour, and exposes the covert municipal practice of the red light traffic policy, a subterfuge which is not generally understood.
207 printed pages
Original publication
Scott James



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