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NZ author Jack Freestone’s new book The Great Awakening

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Set in a post-Covid dystopian future, where men sell their sperm for a small fortune, and celebrities are hunted down by revengeful mobs.

One man, will decide the fate of a beautiful superstar, whether she will be set free, or sent to the brutal inquisitors.

“So, you mentioned a job?” I asked. “What kind of job?”

“Interrogator,” he replied. “For want of a better term.”

“Interrogator? I was a defence lawyer, not a prosecutor.”

“You have ten years of cross-examination experience. To be honest, we just don’t have too many lawyers with your amount of court time.”

“Interrogating whom?”

“As you will know, most of the Covid politicians, civil servants, celebrities, doctors, mainstream journalists, and so on, involved in the plot, were executed by the mobs, all around the world, during the revolutions.”

I nodded.

“But after that, many thousands, the ones who escaped the mobs, were picked up by us, and interrogated. Also given lie detector tests. Most confessed, to being part of the plot. But we have a few thousand in custody, which we class as questionables, or possible innocents. They have all passed their lie detector tests, or they are inconclusive. And apart from guilt by association, or some weak circumstantial evidence, there is no hard evidence of their involvement.”

“But as I told you, I am not a prosecutor,” I said.

“In fact, that is not what we want. Obviously, we don’t want to punish innocent people. The department that you would be in, is an added link to the chain. Without your department, these people would be sent straight to the inquisitors.”

“The inquisitors?” I asked. “Sounds like the Spanish Inquisition?”

“There are some similarities. I will be frank with you, the Woke era is long gone. Guilty people are punished. It was a massive crime.”

“Yes, it was,” I agreed. “They banned the cures, and mandated the poisons.”

“For you, what it means is unless you pick up something, or get a confession, then you can stop them from going to the inquisition.”

“And then what happens to them?”

“They are released.”

“How many people who are sent to the inquisition are eventually released?” I asked.

“Very few. Most confess, before or during the process.”

“And then?”

“They are sentenced.”

“To jail, or death?”

“Well, it depends.”

“To death,” I said.


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