…Or does it Explode

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“…Or does it Explode” is a thrilling man-hunt historic murder mystery about what’s possible in a society that obstructs justice in favor of a false and temporary (400 years) sense of security.
The yearning for justice breeds vigilante revenge in an oddball group of black men experience in gun usage and military tactics who call themselves the Larry Davis Posse even as the press dubs them the Black Marble Vigilantes.
A fictional story based on events that have happened and events that have yet to happen, The FBI forms a task force to hunt down the cop killers before white mobs invade black communities nation-wide. There is a desperate race for time.
This story calls for the creation of an American law enforcement Truth and Reconciliation Commission to stop the police killing of unarmed black men and boys
The tale “Or Does It Explode” provides a powerful message from a Black Arts Movement era writer exhausted with all of the killings of innocent unarmed black men and boys – not just the recent rash of killings of 2013 to 2016 but all of the killings of more than the last half century.
The book is dedicated to Eleanor Bumpers, the emotionally disturbed elderly black woman shot gunned to death in 1984 by NYPD for being behind in her rent.

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“…Or does it Explode” is a thrilling man-hunt historic murder mystery about what’s possible in a society that obstructs justice in favor of a false and temporary (400 years) sense of security.
The yearning for justice breeds vigilante revenge in an oddball group of black men experience in gun usage and military tactics who call themselves the Larry Davis Posse even as the press dubs them the Black Marble Vigilantes.
A fictional story based on events that have happened and events that have yet to happen, The FBI forms a task force to hunt down the cop killers before white mobs invade black communities nation-wide. There is a desperate race for time.
This story calls for the creation of an American law enforcement Truth and Reconciliation Commission to stop the police killing of unarmed black men and boys
The tale “Or Does It Explode” provides a powerful message from a Black Arts Movement era writer exhausted with all of the killings of innocent unarmed black men and boys – not just the recent rash of killings of 2013 to 2016 but all of the killings of more than the last half century.
The book is dedicated to Eleanor Bumpers, the emotionally disturbed elderly black woman shot gunned to death in 1984 by NYPD for being behind in her rent.