Here is an excerpt from my memoir “DRIVEN! Gambling, Girls, Guts & God”
“He stopped, but not without first making it very clear that one word about the incident to anyone, and a rack attack would be all but guaranteed. A rack attack took place in the middle of the night and involved two cadets holding a pillow over your face while the others beat you with a bar of soap wrapped inside a sock. My first rack attack took place the year before, shortly after my fellow cadets discovered I was a chronic bed wetter. Promotion in rank and the perception that I was a pet cadet of Hart’s, thank God, put an end to them. Bed-wetting is a curse of the worst kind to a kid, especially in a foster home with a lot of other children, and worse yet . . . military school. Try as you may, you can’t hide it. The stench, the stains, and the saturation of your sheets and mattress gave it away every time. The taunting and the mental mayhem—just for being a bed wetter—were brutal, especially for the weak and the frightened.”
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