Justice For Cassie
Elise Brighton’s beloved aunt, Cassie Bienville died at the hand of those who had been entrusted to care for her in her declining years; not through simple negligence but through fraud and outright homicide. The evidence was brutally damning, yet the perpetrators were cleared of criminal charges in a miscarriage of justice that resounded with fury throughout the Louisiana Delta. The Grayson family’s stately plantation house was only a façade for their horrific treatment of loved ones who resided there, unable to defend themselves, and yet the court allowed the killers to go free. Will Cassie ever receive the justice she and the other victims deserve?
Fred L. Funk has crafted a chilling story that has its roots in true headlines of predators exploiting the most vulnerable members of society.
About Fred L. Funk (Dallas, Texas Author)
Fred L. Funk was born in Denton, Texas, the son of a Methodist minister. His mom was an accountant. He grew up in Denton and Arygle, Texas. Fred graduated from Denton High School and shortly after graduation, he married the love of his life and after fifty-three years he and his bride have proved that young marriages can work. He studied at North Texas State University (now UNT) and transferred to East Texas State to pursue a pre-theology degree, minoring in psychology. After serving for several years as a Methodist minister, he changed his career path to accounting and finance. He found his mother's line of work more to his liking. After thirty-five years with a national retail furniture company, he retired. Twenty years into retirement he discovered his passion for writing.