“Four Saints and an Angel” by Ronald A. Williams

Mark St. Auburn rammed his car into the gate of the Shady Lane Resort on purpose. Only the Rastafarian youth walking by saw this event as an act of rebellion. The guard saw it as incompetence. He was so angry that when he saw the Rasta boy salute Mark in solidarity, he withdrew his nightstick and clubbed the boy on his neck. The boy fell, hitting his head on the pavement. Mark started to get out of his car when everything goes black.
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