My attention was caught by these words taken from the book Things Fall a Part
Since Men has learned how to shoot without missing
(You are being preyed upon)
The Humming Bird has learned how to feed without ever perching.
(Xaymica infiltrado Americano)
(Your life has to be an exact case study)
During the 80’s I migrated to NYC. In NYC, I attended JHS 204; I graduated and went on to attend LIC High School. I graduated from William Cullen Bryant High School in 1988; however, I identified myself with the kids from LIC and Queens Bridge. I was recruited to attend the Criminal Justice Program at John Jay College. Seven years later, I completed my studies; I had completed all relevant credits in the Masters of Art criminal Justice Program. I had a specialty in criminal law and criminal procedure. I attended the Master’s Program while I worked as a Fraud investigator and City Official. Being a Fraud investigator and City official is the only full time possession I have held since I graduated from John Jay. Currently I have completed 16 years on the job.
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