Life is an accumulation of experiences that drives one from birth to death. A man on a path to regain his honor, Randolph Robinson, is faced with the set of circumstances he has created for himself. After being a decorated cop, now he stands a man on the road to redemption after laundering hundreds of thousands in drug money. Once justice was served, Sgt. Robinson was relieved of duty and forced to piece together the jigsaw puzzle his life has become. He will learn that karma kills… eventually.
With the loss of his career, Randolph is forced to start over from the bottom. Once an experienced cop, with the dark cloud of his wrong doings hanging over his head, he is only able to gain employment as a bus driver for the local jail and bouncer. He lives his life day to day with his supportive wife, Trishna, standing by his side every step of the way. Trishna continues to be his motivation to be better despite his past.
One rainy morning of one of Randolph’s days to drive inmates, he has his coffee and cigarette, and proceeds to what he thought was just another day. He takes downs his stale coffee, and takes a long stare at himself in the mirror. He knows from a hard life something different will happen today.
He smokes all the way to work… On the way to the bus he drives, he exchanges glances with the thugs joining him that day. Three gruesome looking thugs. And they are just that; thugs. He gets on the bus, moves all the way to the back, and rests his head against the window thinking to catch a quick nap before work. He awakens to see the three thugs staring at him with the C.O. in front. The C.O. wakes him and gives him a friendly pat on the back. The inmates jeer. How could they respect that? In an instant, Randolph’s last day of community service becomes the reckoning he deserves.
The route is to go from the jail to the court. Apparently the thugs couldn’t go to the court at the jail because the judge was out that day. The system always makes it looks like they take care of business,
however everyone knows it’s jacked up. That’s why you mind “your” biz.
Soon, thugs do what thugs do. They hit Randolph over the head once he gets too comfortable talking about their priors and take the van for themselves to gain attention and a chase. The ordeal is supposed to get their sentences dropped. And why not proceed in an orgy of mayhem down the Texas interstate on the path to Mexico in the process, right?
Their first target is a service station on the interstate once the fuel runs out. The thugs agree that they can be wild and free, as well. They undoubtedly rob the store. One stays behind to steal gas and act as a lookout. One gets the money and another watches after Randolph. Once they have the gas, money and assorted hot dogs they move on.
The gas clerk calls the cops as expected. Randolph sees the gravity of the situation he has been regrettably forced into. Though woozy from being hit and scared, he still has a natural fight response. He thinks of a plan to escape.
While Randolph thinks of his strategy, the thugs celebrate. With the bus off the assigned trail, the snitching filler station man, and the bus swerving a little the thugs get exactly what they want. Soon the cops catch up to them and the chase begins.
The police try to call Randolph to negotiate with the inmates, but the three inmates won’t let him pick it up. It’s Randolph, thinking at the top of his sorry game, to convince the probationers to pull over to tell the police what they want because even helicopters are following them now. The thugs don’t know what to say.
When Randolph speaks to the inmates because he knows legal talk, the thugs don’t budge at all. However, they take his advice into consideration. They smash through more patrol cars to get away. The damn chase goes on.
Meanwhile, in the bus, Randolph argues that he has a wife he has to take care of at home. It’s all he has. The inmates don’t give a rat’s ass about that, though. Randolph gets super belligerent. He challenges one to a fight in the van and loses. Punch after punch he misses. He then gets gets suffocated by a plastic trash bag and overpowered by another. The car swerves all around from the action. but Ronny keeps things on course. A helicopter news crew catches the whole cantankerous scene. Randolph succumbs to the suffocation and dies.
The police still give chase. The probationers have grown weary of driving for hours and decide to pull over at an old house. The thugs get out and shield themselves with Randolph’s body. This is when one thug makes his ultimatum with the cops; let them go free or reveal how crooked they were treated in prison. No real protection and bad medicine. The law finally gives in. For once justice is served.