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As I lay there on the cardboard that I had put down on the floor of the storage unit I had trouble holding back my tears. I knew that I had to put on a happy face because two beautiful young people needed to know that even though we were now homeless and living in a small storage container, having just moved out of the shelter, that we can never lose hope.
I knew that no matter what we were going through we could never fathom the idea of defeat nor surrender. Little did that mean to two little girls as they lay there on the cold hard ground wrapped up in the remnants of their only clothes we were able to grab when we were being evicted at gun point.
The thoughts of what kind of father am I to have my daughter’s sleeping in a cold storage unit when just a while ago they has their own rooms and their favorite toys and stuffed animals safely surrounding them as they lay sleeping.
My daughter’s grew to understand that in order to change the bad in the world we must sometimes make sacrifices. They saw that the people who took their childhood memories were also the same evil wicked beings that made a number of other elderly handicapped seniors homeless.
My name is Mr. Albert Robinson and I uncovered the longest running fraud scheme in the history of the U.S.
Because I reported it the people involved stole our home and my daughters’ memories but my hardest fight, the fight that I battle everyday, is the fight to never give up hope of bringing all of them to justice.
That is my quest and that is what the books and movie are going to be about.
Thank you. Happy Father’s Day.