Victor McLennan served in the British Army for twenty years, and saw active service several times, often putting his life on the line. A glittering military career was sabotaged, and within months of being discharged, he was a vagrant.

Throughout his life, insincerity, injustice, and unfairness stood out to Victor like flashing lights on a dark night. Alone, he survived by not succumbing to depression or self-pity. He continued to fight his corner, foraged to feed himself, and remained alert.

One night he intervened when a smartly-dressed young man was being beaten and robbed. Victor’s training, street life, and personal ideals were to combine as his life took a new path


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