The Terrible Injustice of 1942

In the wake of Pearl Harbor, Gerald Horito and his family endure the harsh realities of internment in a desolate Utah camp. Amid suspicion and prejudice, Gerald’s loss ignites a fire within him. Fueled by grief, he daringly escapes to seek justice by sabotaging America’s secret project in Los Alamos, NM. Navigating loyalty, identity, and honor, Gerald’s journey unfolds in this gripping tale of injustice.

Sollace Freeman

Sollace, 82, is a retired minister and Navy Chaplain. In retirement he spent seven years traveling internationally as a Disaster Response Team volunteer with a charitable NGO. He’s always been interested in politics having run for Congress from his district in Georgia.