Z-ink client Eric D. Echols, president and CEO of The LPS Group Inc. (a loss prevention, private detective, and security corporation), was involved in the notorious case of Tonya Craft, who was exonerated in 2010 after being falsely accused of abuse and subjected to the incredibly corrupt legal machine in Ringgold, Georgia, located in rural Catoosa County, just south of the Tennessee border.

He has now written the book The Echols Files: Catoosa County Justice to shed light on some of the details that took place behind the scenes.  In this revealing book, Echols writes from his perspective as an investigator in the case and walks readers through the events, including his own arrest as several powerful parties conspired to get him out of the way.  A fascinating read about a notable case in recent American legal history, the book is available at Amazon.com.

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