When Mr. and Mrs. Morgan moved unto Norman Manley Road, with their eleven year old daughter, Martha, all was well. Then suddenly it all went bad. Breads, the name everyone called Mr. Morgan, started drinking heavily. He began beating Martha for peeing the bed, and physically abusing his wife, Yvonne, as well. While others corked their ears and refrained from helping, Thompson Little, an elderly man, who lived next door, would have none of it. Breads was a six-footer, and weighed over three hundred pounds. Coming up against him wouldn't be easy; even more so that he didn't respect anyone or cared about their feelings. Breads invaded Thompson's house on morning and threatened to beat him if he didn't stop prying in his family's affair. Thompson's dog Perkins attacked him. They fought, and Perkins bit him on his ass. Others got involved, including the police. Breads was furious.Thompson soon learned the hard price for meddling in people's business; the taste and smell of blood, the cold-hearted murder of his loved one, and the crippling pain it brought.