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The Kidney Gambler

An alcoholic father has a problem to compensate for the monies he lost due to his habit he can do nothing but gamble. He is lazy to get a job is not his ideas all he wants is quick money.

This makes him begin a habit hard to kick when in ones veins. He wants money badly and the more he loses his money in the habit the more the greater urge to gamble gets into him. His family is falling apart due to his habits he cannot be there for his family or even attend to their affairs but this is about to change for the worse.

When he gambles and loses all his money in the habit he makes a crazy decision in a drunken stupor he places as collaterals his wife”s kidneys incase he fails to pay. But he does not know who he is dealing with a dangerous drug cartel in Compton. His wife is pregnant with their third child and only son he badly wants. He is given a two weeks ultimatum pay up or your wife is dead and we take her kidneys.

Desperate times calls for desperate measures he must protect his wife and family from imminent death and try and shield them from the hired killers out to get the kidneys in at all costs. The problem is the cartel is proving a match even for the LAPD who even admit defeat and dismiss it as a legitimate gambling business.

Then in his disaster he teams up with a disgraced and a former cop whose son got beaten up by the gambling cartel thugs and suffered paralysis. The cop out of bitterness is out to root out the cartel while the father is out to save his family from being killed.

They are on a mission to fight for the ones they love and get their lives and careers back.



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karugaj


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