The Cornfield Conspiracy



With several leaders of the community as their mentors, a score or more early teen and pre teen boys decide to take on the mantle of anti-corruption campaigners. They do so after discovering children dying from abuse, drug addiction, and sexual slavery. After confronting some of the front men, in The Cornfield Fraternity, the boys, having suffered many losses and injuries, have to regroup before deciding whether to continue. If they do, can they afford the risks involved?

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