Introducing The Knock: A True Story of an Innocent Man, A Twisted Accusation and the Fight for Truth – a relentless rollercoaster of suspense that thrusts you into the heart-wrenching predicament of Max, an innocent family man.
Imagine your life turned upside down in an instant. Accused of downloading indecent images you never touched. A loving spouse, two precious children - all hanging in the balance. But the accusations won't relent. They're coming for you, no matter what.
In this pulse-pounding tale, brace yourself for a gripping fight against an unforgiving system. Max's world teeters on the edge as he races against time, battling for his freedom and the truth that will unravel this sinister web of deception. Can he clear his name and shield his family from the haunting consequences?
The Knock is an unyielding exploration of justice, loyalty, and the harrowing lengths one man will go to protect all that he holds dear. Prepare for an unrelenting, gut-wrenching journey that will leave you questioning how far you would go to prove your innocence.
Independent Research Findings
“Between 2015 and 2019, nearly 62,000 obscene publications offences against children were recorded across 39 police forces within England and Wales (Office for National Statistics, 2020). In the same time frame, 8,318,529 unique indecent images of children were added to the Child Abuse Image Database (CAID), with over 700,000 falling into the most severe category of image ... Importantly, a substantial parallel has been identified between the volume, availability, and circulation of Indecent Images of Children and the augmentation of the internet (Carr, 2003; Wolak et al., 2011). While possession offences of this nature are not new (the Protection of Children Act 1978 first made Indecent Images of Children possession offences illegal within England, Wales, and Northern Ireland, with similar provisions in Scotland), the number of recorded offences has been growing year by year (Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre, 2012). Despite the true figure not being known, it has been suggested that in 2013, around 50,000 individuals within the United Kingdom downloaded Indecent Images of Children (Giles & Alison, 2021). These growing figures have attracted public interest in recent years.”
CAUTION: CONTAINS MATERIAL SOME MAY FIND OFFENSIVE