Prince Street: A Song for Beverley by Michael Tombs

Prince Street: A Song for Beverley

byMichael Tombs

Kobo ebook | May 25, 2016

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On March 15, 1965, at 2:00 p.m., Theodore Poland was in the Newark, New Jersey, at the supreme court of Judge Jocoby Graham, waiting to be sentenced for attempted murder. The two shooting victims in wheelchairs accusing Theodore were quietly speaking with several assistant prosecutors in the courtroom and reviewing the police report, whose recommendations to the court was immediate psychiatric treatment and life imprisonment for the young teenager Theodore Poland. At that moment, Theodore thought to himself, “I’m never getting out of prison.” Michael Tombs is very careful not to isolate the world of ideas, ideology, and innovation. After all, it has simply come to that in the secret world of new ideas that Michael Tombs lives in. History seems to imply that Michael Tombs had no real life before he became a member of the Black Youth Organization or connection to the scientific breakthrough Cris-Tut-Vital Study Program. At first, Michael Tombs believed it was only a theory; however, Dr. Lateef Jamal, a native of Zimbabwe, secured lucrative intellectual property rights as a visiting professor at the St. Thomas Institute of Technology. With it, Tombs realized that production would rise and that there would be a demand for workers in the African nation of Zimbabwe.

Title:Prince Street: A Song for BeverleyFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:May 25, 2016Publisher:Xlibris USLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1514481685

ISBN - 13:9781514481684

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