It was September 2011—the height of the Occupy Wall Street movement. With the economy wrecked, Americans were understandably hungry for blood and the Feds were desperate to justify themselves with Wall Street convictions. As a first-time salesman at an Expert Network firm, I found myself caught in an absurd injustice that saw me first accused then convicted of an Insider Trading crime I did not commit. Unlike many who pled guilty in exchange for probation, and others who cooperated with the FBI and whose lies under oath were exposed in my own trial, I chose to maintain my integrity and my innocence and paid the price, receiving a prison sentence of two and a half years. This tell-all story of my arrest, trial, and imprisonment will make you reconsider the true nature of justice in America. It’s a harrowing, deeply personal exposé of life as a target of prosecution and my experience in a federal prison camp. The first three chapters are available on this site.