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- Amazing! It should be made into a movie. Frank Vetro has amazing strength. I can't imagine what he went through. I commend him and I'm happy he wrote the book. I hope it opens some eyes. 

- Words cannot describe how much respect I have for this man. I can't imagine having to endure what he's been through. His drive and motivation is unlike any other. He's a tremendous role model for us. 

- I laughed, cried, got angry, and was in complete disbelief of what the system put someone through. The strength and devotion of one individual should be held in high regard. I recommend this book to everyone I know. I truly believe that everyone can get something positive out of this story. 

- I wish him the best in his fight for justice. He should consider becoming a motivational speaker and doing radio. 

- This story is as tragic as Frank Vetro's fortitude is amazing. 

- If only half the story is true, Frank Vetro was the victim of a tremendous injustice. I don't know how he had the strength to continue. 

- The book was so riveting and inspirational. The author's writing style makes you feel like you're right there. He describes in great detail what can happen to an innocent man living in a supposedly "innocent until proven guilty" society. It will scare you to see how corrupt a school district can be and how unjust our legal system can be.

- He never accuses or badmouths; he simply presents the facts, with supporting evidence. I felt like a fly on the wall of the criminal justice system, from lawyers to courtrooms, to interrogation rooms and jails. This account was as interesting as it was unsettling. 

- The book is great! Hard to believe this could happen in America. 

- The author overcame and stayed strong despite the resistance. He's a bright light in a world of shadowy corners. May he continue to cast his light, and change lives with his own. 

- That Suffolk County Long Island has used tax paying dollars to do this to a man's life is beyond troublesome. 

- Very intriguing and well written. The book shines a light on an issue in the education system that needs to be addressed. I would definitely recommend this book to a friend. 

- I went to school at the time Mr. Vetro got arrested. So to read this was sad, he was innocent...I wish he could come back and do what he was the best at, a poor man's life was destroyed. The superintendent should be in jail for what she did to him and how she lied to us. 

- Frank Vetro was the victim of the red tape that makes up the political, judicial, and educational systems. His words fell on deaf ears. I know he'll move forward and do good things for people. I wish him the best of luck. 

- Young men have been arrested and destroyed, and teenage students have been endangered while the real criminal has knowingly remained unscathed.