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SUMMARY OF SLAUGHTERHOUSE OF JUSTICE Alexis Webb is interviewing for her autobiography by best-selling author, R.N.Jordan. Determined to educate the world concerning the truth behind the justice she and her lesbian lover -Natalie Miller- served toMoreSUMMARY OF SLAUGHTERHOUSE OF JUSTICE Alexis Webb is interviewing for her autobiography by best-selling author, R.N.Jordan. Determined to educate the world concerning the truth behind the justice she and her lesbian lover -Natalie Miller- served to their prey, on behalf of the innocent. Yet molested and sodomized children will forever be their vindication. Raised by a drunken father, Alexis managed to overcome the obstacles of her fathers abuse, hate, and blame for what her father deemed her fault- the death of her mother who died during Alexis birth. Natalie too suffered a challenging childhood when her parents were killed in a fatal car accident. Taken in and raised by her prostituting aunt, Natalie grew up to become a beautiful woman- though she followed in her aunts footsteps. Natalie ends up falling in love with Alexis whose passive nature allows her to accept Natalies promiscuous lifestyle. Things take a major turn for the worst after Alexis father falls into a drunken sleep, allowing Alexis uncle- Uncle Joe- the opportunity to finally show her the love that he had for his favorite niece. After confiding to her father the indecent behavior of Uncle Joe, Alexis father ultimately blames her for the situation taking place. With no one else to turn to, Alexis turns to Natalie for support. The lovers decided to take matters into their own hands. (This then serves as the beginning to many more justices to follow.) Alexis went on to graduate from college with a degree in Social Work, specializing in cases of abused children. Just as she was moving on with her life, she is bombarded with case after case of exploited and sexually abused children- making matters worse, the indecencies were on behalf of those they trusted, hitting too close to home for Alexis. The duo then decides to go on a mission, serving the justice that the system failed to one case at a time. Will the world recognize and justify their killing endeavors or will the duo be caught and condemned to the same justice that they rendered to their prey?