Frank, an auto mechanic, witnesses the love of his life's demise at the hands of a drunk driver. Frank lets loose his rage, and kills the man. He then goes to prison, where he is framed for the murder of a fellow inmate. Frank sees escape as the only possible way to find out all the answers in the convoluted plot to kill that inmate, and find the proof to convict the true killers.
—Sean Kilby <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Boston auto mechanic Frank Gibson and his fiancée Janet Atkinson are planning to get married - until Janet is killed by a drunk driver, and Frank retaliates by killing the drunk driver. As a result, Frank is sentenced to spend 3 years in a minimum security prison. While in prison, Frank witnesses two corrupt guards, Pappas and Watters, murdering inmate Harvey Elkins, and when Frank escapes from prison, Pappas and Watters tell the warden, Jackson, that it was Frank who killed Harvey. Faced with having to prove his innocence, Frank sneaks a ride to Albany, New York, where as he tries to prove his innocence, he makes some shocking discoveries.
—Todd Baldridge <email@example.com>
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