RELEVANCE OF TRUTH: Thirty Years of Deception Revealed
At the beginning of January of 1981, Aisling Kelly, a young woman of strong morals is driving home, stopped by an on-duty New York police officer, and then proceeds to sexual assault her. The guilt becomes unbearable and she moves out of her family home.
Sergeant Walker led the investigation; however, years after the preliminary hearing, he befriends Aisling and her father.
She trusts Walker; she relies on him. He knows the details that no one else has heard.
Twenty-two years pass, a seven-year relationship ends, and leaves Aisling devastated. She returns emotionally to the past and begins evaluating herself, and her life. With each thought returning her to the assault, she wonders if there are hidden truths within the 1981 case. Her yearning grows stronger, so she seeks legal advice.
Her lawyer Alice McGraw and Defense counsel for the New York Police Department guarantee her a loss at trial, but defying the odds, she sues the NYPD and the officer.
McGraw is neither compassionate nor optimistic. Believing the case to be far-fetched, she angers each time Aisling refuses offers to settle. Aisling’s instinct is strong, so she perseveres and continues in the battle to get the truth.
It's all zest!
Marian Evans travels the world while sitting comfortably in her kitchen.
Accepting a monthly influx of International students in her home, to study English, she receives a colorful update of global politics, social mores and economy, about their country.
As men and women of all ages, personalities and characters, stir vibrant conversations, Marian cooks the day's meal with a dash of spice from each culture...