Raheem only wants a second chance, but it might already be too late. Once a happy child, he grew up around the wrong crowd and got involved in drug dealing. It started with juvenile offenses, but now, he's a man, and prison is the home he must get used to in order to survive, with nothing but memories of his mother to keep him going.
Then, one day, a strange letter arrives. It seems Raheem has a daughter. The letter is anonymous, and he can't be sure of its truth-yet, he feels the need to investigate, and the only way to do so is on the outside. Raheem outsmarts an entire prison in order to escape, and so begins his mission to find his daughter and become a better man.
However, life on the outside comes with responsibilities he never expected. He and his friends are soon embroiled in a terrorist plot that could level all of Washington, D.C. To earn his fresh slate, Raheem must find his daughter and stop the enemy from murdering thousands of people, all while evading the law. Is redemption possible, or is Raheem too late?