A corporate theft exposed this impotent, progressive city’s corruption. Avoiding liability is more valuable than justice. A cowboy cop from Wyoming cares enough to solve it, but with an insidious, emasculating price attached.
Tyrel left his unenlightened home to start a new life in the city. He proudly served with the Armored Police, earning the cushy rank of inspector. Daydreaming of putting on the suit again and being a cop where the action is, he’s assigned the case that nobody wants. He struggles to navigate technological reality with his simple black and white compass. Solving this case reveals comprehensive societal failure. A heroic country jock tastes defeat from the hands of superior city technology. Moral compromises gnaw away his manhood with tiny bites. A broken Tyrel’s forced to decide his personal meaning of justice. Should law enforcement always enforce the law?
Dystopian dreamers curious about today’s technological promises in tomorrow’s reality will love this short journey into our future. It’s beautiful and ugly, and waiting for your interpretation.