Norfolk, VA, May 04, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Meet Richard D. McVickers, Aka “Big Mack”...drug dealer from Marion, Indiana-a small town in the Midwest. Just one year out of prison, this aspiring rap artist is a Realtor by day and a gangsta by night. He gets caught up in the sticky web of the streets. Big Mack starts funding this real estate and rap careers with drug money. He just wants to make it out the dope game and be a rap star. Mack’s biggest setback in becoming that gangsta rapper is that he lives what he raps and he raps what he lives. Talent isn’t the issue, the issue is: “Can Mack stay out of prison?” The fact that Mack is gaining success and notoriety in the music business pushed the task force over the edge. They know drug money is the power behind him. But they just can’t catch him, and they are determined to send him to Michigan City, a rough prison in Northern Indiana. Fed up with Mack outsmarting them and laughing in their faces, task force detectives Steve Popodopolus and Bobby Reese come up with a plan to bring Big Mack down for good. They turn those close to him against him and frame him in what is written in history to be the biggest cocaine bust in the history of Grant County. Judges and prosecutors are involved. Lawyers have walked away. All those involved are confident Mack will be convicted and sentenced to 50 years. But Mack is more connected than they think. With the help of Frederico, young Under Boss of the Panamanian drug cartel, the county can’t hold him. And once Mack is free, All Hell Breaks Loose.