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To Cage A Butterfly
by Jackson Sever
To Cage A Butterfly is a biography of a Political Target. It is about Kathleen Kozinski’s life and her shocking experience with the Lois Lerner IRS and the Loretta Lynch Department of Justice under the prior Administration. She worked so hard to earn her way through college and law school. She became an Attorney in New York and Florida, a Town Councilor and a Vice Mayor, as well as a very respected public servant. To Cage A Butterfly also describes how Kathleen Kozinski became involved with helping Jack Nicklaus with The Bear’s Club, Burt Reynolds with his Museum and then his Institute, and helping to save the Jupiter Theatre, which later was named the Maltz Jupiter Theatre, along with many other projects.
Why did it all come crashing down? What happened to Kathleen and why did it happen? Who was after her, and what did they do to her? Who betrayed her? Where is she now?
To Cage A Butterfly is a biography of a life of extraordinary love, of personal and public service, of betrayal of the worst kind, of faith that saw her through the horror, and of how she became free to dream and begin again. The Epilogue contains her Special Remembrance of Burt Reynolds.
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About the Author
Jackson Sever is a Norwegian author, editor, and attorney, whose main interest lies in Political Targets who have been wrongfully imprisoned, some because of their political beliefs, and some because of the political beliefs of those who imprisoned them. Previously, all of the author's subjects have been Norwegian and European.
TO CAGE A BUTTERFLY is the biography of KATHLEEN KOZINSKI, and is the author’s first published work in the United States of an American citizen. It is also the first in the author’s ‘A Biography of a Political Target’ series of American subjects. Announcements will be made of the next subject in the series.