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Quite A Farce
on July 30, 2012
Wow! If you believe Michael D Miller's "sockpuppets" who left glowing reviews for this book you'd honestly think that all these SS Police Leaders actually "hobnobbed", "bumped into each other" and "knew each other" during the ascension of the unit. Kind of makes them all sound like "Forrest Gumps" who just happened to be in the right places at the right times and were rewarded for diligence. But we know that never could have happened because Miller and his cronies such as Antonio J Munoz and Stephen Campbell have attested on other currently published reviews that this is "impossible" and outright fraud. This casts this book into deep dubious review. Buyer Beware. The author himself, and his associates, claim the material in this very book
was "unlikely to happen". They have openly defamed other authors who have made similar claims. Why should we believe Miller's text when he himself has advocated for the unlikely events that he is peddling in this text? Sounds fishy to me and that's exactly what this book is. It stinks of suspicion.