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“What Set Me Free” author Brian Banks. Heidi Cruise
jailed for rape
“What Set Me Free” by Brian Banks
(with Mark Dagostino)
$16.99 / $22.99 Canada
You saw it happen.
Every second of it,
every sound, it’s burned
in your memory. You can
recall how it made you
feel, how time seemed to
slow down, how there was
no room for anything else
in your mind. It happened.
Or — as in the new book
“What Set Me Free” by
Brian Banks (with Mark
Dagostino) — did it?
His whole future was
laid out in front of him.
Brian Banks was 16
years old, popular at
summer school, smart and talented
with an offer to play football for USC
in his pocket and his own car in the
driveway. He was your typical good kid;
his mother had insisted on it and he
never let her down.
Still, he was a teen-age boy who was
very interested in the opposite sex, so
when a girl he barely knew invited him
to make out with her one afternoon
at school, Banks, who had already had
experience with this kind of thing,
eagerly agreed. Alas, nothing happened
that day; a teacher interrupted the pair
and they went their separate ways.
The next morning, Banks woke up
with someone’s knee in his back and
guns in his face. He was torn from
his bed, handcuffed, dragged from his
mother’s house, and taken to jail at the
Long Beach, California, precinct, where
he learned why he’d been detained: the
girl had accused him of rape.
But he was innocent. He knew that,
lots of people saw it, and he was sure
it would be easy to prove. He told
his story — the truth — over and
over but lawyers failed him, courts
failed him, and even though the girl’s
story changed, evidence
was overwhelming, and
DNA tests were negative,
Banks went to prison.
For the next four-plus
years, he worked to avoid
becoming “an inmate.”
He found a mentor who
gave him coping tools,
and he looked for a
balance between fitting
in and keeping to himself.
Banks thought of the
future, and how his had
unimaginably been taken
away. Anger, he learned,
is easy for a man to find
That’s doubly true
when he didn’t do the
Book cover of “What
Set Me Free” by Brian
Banks with Mark
Prisons, as the saying goes, are full of
innocent people but in the U.S., that’s
sadly been proven to be true. “What Set
Me Free” is the story of one of them.
But first: yes, this is an often-told tale
with elements you’ve read before but
there’s a difference here, in the way the
story’s told. Author Brian Banks (with
Mark Dagostino) begins lightly before
slamming us into that familiar tale,
the body of which conveys a maddening
frustration that completely carries
readers along. That ultimately grows to
include disorientation and a heightened
bewilderment that seems as though it’s
never going to let go.
But let go it does, and in a way that’ll
leave you with a measure of satisfaction
mixed with lingering sadness that it
even occurred. Yes, “What Set Me Free”
plays like that with your emotions but
start it, and you’ll just happen to like