Jordan Anthony Torok grew up believing that his Country was run 'by the people and for the people', with duly elected representatives acting on their behalf. After graduating from the University of Michigan School of Law, he sets out to find the people responsible for the murders of his father, mother and only sister. Before long, he finds the murderer, but he must help free the man from prison. Jordan had to make a decision: Was justice-for-his-family more important than his Country? By freeing his family's murderer, Jordan helps to expose a Secret Brotherhood that has controlled the United States, since the end of the Civil War. The Brotherhood of the Pyramid is revealed by a very influential Congressman (the murderer) and the Secret Society begins to fall apart. A new day dawns and the Country is returned - to the people and for the people.
Born in Mishawaka, Indiana. Received Assoc. Degree in Bus. in 1968. Enlisted in the Marine Corps and served a thirteen tour of duty in Vietnam. Received a Bachelor Degree in Bus. from Bethel College in 2001. Married with two sons, two stepsons, three stepdaughters and eight wonderful grandchildren.