Children Of The Knight
ONCE UPON A TIME IN the City of Angels, chaos was king, and carelessness
ruled. Street gangs roamed the city. Most politicians bettered their own lives, not
those of the people they were elected to serve. Neighborhoods declined to slumlike
conditions. The Los Angeles school system stumbled headlong toward total
Armageddon. And the most victimized segment of the populace?
The children. The teens. The next generation.
Limited choices and often abusive or neglectful home lives forced hundreds, if
not thousands of children, into the streets to join gangs, turn tricks, do drugs, sell
drugs, drop out of school, get arrested and sent to prison for life, and in all ways
subjugate their goodness in the name of survival.