This is a true story of how two people gave so much to their countries; to then go through the horrors of political persecution. It is a chilling account of vengeance, greed, pursuit, courage, determination; and a commitment to evade unjust capture. It is the first uncensored account of realities surrounding the U.S. invasion of Panama; and the fall-out thereof; related by those who were on the inside The events convey an understanding of the effects of the Law de Jante; the will to survive; and the love and kindness of those who gave so much to assist.
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