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Many people dream of one day opening their own business and being their own boss. The independence, meaningful work, investment in yourself instead of another corporation hungry for money and profiting off your labour-all reasons you might pursue an entrepreneurial path. For Gary Hennessy, a small business owner on the East Coast of Canada providing administrative services to clients, a contract with the provincial and federal governments should've been a means to security, stability, and success. So how did he find himself unemployed, hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt, and awaiting trial with the potential jailtime?
The Pit Crew chronicles a two-decade-long battle with the Canadian government. Full of supporting documents ranging from sworn testimonies, affidavits, government email correspondence, and more, Hennessey lays out his argument regarding the ways the governments and their agencies disregarded their own laws, policies, and regulations at the cost of their own citizens. For readers interested in politics, law, and history, The Pit Crew highlights contemporary issues and raises important ethical questions. This is more than one man's plight against "the system;" this is a warning about unmitigated power and control.