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Wilkenson Francois’ Memoir “I Know a Deadbeat Judge When I See One” is Displayed at LibLearnX 2023

The discriminatory nature of the American judicial system is clearly exposed in the author’s book.

San Diego, CA – WEBWIRE

Wilkenson Francois’ book enlightened readers at the 2023 LibLearnX: The Library Learning Experience.

Self-publishing and book marketing company ReadersMagnet displayed the enlightening memoir “I Know a Deadbeat Judge When I See One” by Wilkenson Francois at the 2023 LibLearnX: The Library Learning Experience on January 27–30, 2023, at the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, New Orleans, LA.

“I Know a Deadbeat Judge When I See One” is a memoir based on the author’s life. The book goes into detail about the downfall of his marriage and the treatment he had received from the judicial system when his wife Karen made up a story that he had sexually abused their daughter.

Despite having no solid evidence against him, Ken was repeatedly judged during the lawsuit process due to the color of his skin. In this book, the author shares how the American judicial system treats white people and people of color differently.

Author Wilkenson Francois based a significant portion of the argument presented in this book on the evidence that was discovered with the help of Hillsdale College’s remarkable repositories and the dedicated individuals who maintain and enhance them.

Learn more about Wilkenson Francois’ plight in “I Know a Deadbeat Judge When I See One.” Order a copy on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

Readers are also encouraged to check out the author’s website:

“I Know a Deadbeat Judge When I See One”
Author | Wilkenson Francois
Genre | Memoir
Publisher | Deadbeat Judge
Published date | October 13, 2022

Wilkenson Francois’ previous marriage had afforded him the opportunity, as a father, to love and cherish two beautiful daughters, Genevieve (aged 8) and Esme (aged 6). He emigrated from Haiti to Brooklyn, New York, at age twelve. He attended my middle school at P.S. 398, The Walter Weaver Elementary School, and my high school at Samuel J. Tilden High School.

He made his way into college and graduated with an associate’s degree in Electromechanical Engineering Technology (EMT) from New York City College of Technology (City Tech), as well as a bachelor’s degree in Information Science and Technology (IS&T) from Temple University.

Wilkenson Francois is an immigrant, a former documented alien, a Haitian, and now a naturalized American citizen, a member of the U.S. Army Reserves, and a retired veteran. Ever since this unexplainable desire to pursue his education emerged, he got sucked into the world of cutting-edge technologies and has been associated with I.T. for some time. He continues to love the field even today, as he’s currently self-employed and running his own startup, Lessimp, a dating platform.

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