Book: Judicial Review (Wynn Garrett Series, #4) by Bruce A. Borderscategories: Book, Any Means Necessary, Counter-Terrorism, Action Novel, Corrupt Judges, Secret Government Agency, Pro-American, Homeland Security, Anti-Terrorism, Radical Islam, Defeating Terrorism, Humor, War on Terror
Bruce A. Bordersabout this book: The United States Constitution provides a method of removing corrupt judges from the bench, known as judicial review. But the writers of the Constitution probably did not envision the process quite the same way Wynn Garrett does.
When several high level federal judges, sympathetic to the terrorists' cause, conspire to use their position on the Court to aid their fellow Islamic radicals, the Co-Directors of the Anti-Terrorist Operation, Thomas Wardahl and Richard Sorby turn to their only operative, Wynn Garrett. Knowing any time Wynn is involved things could literally blow up in their face, Wardahl and Scorby urge him to be cautious. A usual their warnings fall on deaf ears. Always ready to defend America from any threat, Wynn conducts a slightly unconventional judicial review. But targeting judges turns out to be more difficult than it first seems.
Court is now in session; Wynn Garrett presiding.
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