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Product Details

  • Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: National Liberty Press; 2 edition (November 20, 2002)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 097100420X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0971004207
  • Product Dimensions: 6.1 x 8.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #790,111 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"...recounts numerous instances of deceit, fraud and other financial illegalities perpetrated by members of the Bush family and their associates through a mountain of dummy corporations." -- David Guyatt, author of "The Secret Gold Treaty"

"A tour de force of secret US intelligence and military operations." -- EYE SPY MAGAZINE

"A wake-upcall. Heed it at your peril. For those who want to know about the unelected government that runs America." -- GORDON THOMAS, author of

"Al Martin tells all in 'The Conspirators' describing in detail corruptions and murders within our 'shadow government.' A must read." -- JIM MARRS, author of

"Sensational expose'" -- NEXUS MAGAZINE

"The Conspirators" by Al Martin is highly recommended for anyone interested in the secret history of the United States. -- Steamshovel Press #18

"The book is tremendously important. One of the best exposes of Bush family crime to come along in many years." -- Jeff Davis, Tom Davis Books

"The true crime story of the decade." -- HIGH TIMES MAGAZINE

About the Author

AL MARTIN, a retired US Navy Lt. Commander, is America's foremost whistle-blower on government fraud and corruption. He has testified before Congress, the Kerry Committee and the Alexander Committee. He lives at an undisclosed location, since the criminals named in "The Conspirators" have been returned to national power.

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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Tom Dovel on March 8, 2002
Format: Paperback
If you are looking to read a book that history will point to as a great piece of literary art this isn't it. If you want, "just the facts," and are looking for another book to validate the Bush crime family, then you will enjoy this account from an insider. What if find interesting are the well-written articles Al writes on his web site compared to the uneveness of this book. Whether lacking an editor or just the need to get this book to print quickly, it is written in a way teachers across America have nighmares about. I thoroughly enjoyed this book simply because it cut right to the "facts" in naming names, and exposing once again how corrupt and powerful the U.S. Government is. Money laundering, bank fraud, land fraud, stock fraud, drug trafficking, murder and more, it's all here. The Bush boys have all the bases covered. Sorry, no sex.
Who is Al Martin? If you are under thirty-five and never followed the Iran Contra debacle who the heck is anybody? Of course most of us know George Bush lost his memory during the trials and Ollie North became a hero. Read the book and find out why both should be tried for treason. Do you trust the messengers word and supposed "documentation" or do you dismiss it as another disgruntled whitleblower? This is the third book about the Bush crime family I've read and there are plenty more ... I need no more convincing. If the last chapter in this book is true and not a work of fiction, may I suggest if you are religious, start praying and never stop. Two stars for writing and five stars for the message...an excellent book by my account.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Troy on January 31, 2002
Format: Paperback
...heard about the book from the Bartcop.com website and was amazed at the allegations, so I decide to get the book with a little trepidation.
What follows is stunning, scary, and thouroughly po's the reader. As I read the book, the thing that keeps going through my mind is surely law suits will be flying or Al will be as he mentions about several others, be "eliminated." But he reminds the reader he simply knows too much to be elimnated.
Being from Arizona I get to see how accurate Martin is when he mentions bank fraud in Arizona and mentions our ex-Governor Fife Symington. Symington was in fact involved in "creative" accounting and convicted of that, and resigned as Governor that day. Martin mentions he was imprisoned, he never was, but came very close, even the local news media was showing the Federal country club where he would be residing for the next week.
This book also convinces the reader that the conservative hero worship of Ollie North is absolutely sickening.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Matyas Kiraly on March 5, 2004
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Over the past 20 years, I have amassed hundreds of publications about government crime. (Enough to understand that "isolated incidents" are not.) Al Martin's book focuses on the last two decades of governmental abuses, and it is an unparalleled treasure trove of names, dates and deeds. Every other page was a "what, this guy too?" discovery.
I had to read this publication twice. First just to get a general grasp, the second time to enter all the names into my computer. Now, the next time some White House honcho spouts off again about law, order and patriotism, I can look up with a mouse click what murder/plunder/treason he did to get that post. (The DIY solution to "fair and balanced" news.)
The main revelation of the book is not that every recent Presidential administration is a criminal gang; that's pretty much common wisdom since the Taft administration. It is that Iran-Contra is not over. The activity never stopped to this very day, only the scandal faded away. The book contains other important discoveries too, and it would be worth buying even just to play criminal bingo - who finds more current administration names in the crime accounts. As of 2004, this is the who's who reference of government criminality.
Once you read it, there are some places on the net, like Hawaii Observer, or From The Wilderness which fit Martin's information into the greater picture. To fully master that level, though, you need read this book first.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Michael Vafa on January 5, 2004
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"The Conspirators: Secrets of an Iran-Contra Insider" is a shocking look at what secretly goes on in our government told by a first hand eye-witness who once took part in government fraud and corruption. Al Martin, a retired US Navy Lt. Commander and former Naval Intelligence Officer tells the tale of narcotics trafficking, illegal money laundering, weapons dealing, bank, real estate and insurance fraud and corruption by an elite circle of criminal politicians and government workers. Martin writes of a true government conspiracy and cover that involved about 5,000 men and made over $350 billion of illegal revenues, most of which came out tax payers pockets. He speaks of the hundreds of reporters, investigators and insiders willing to deflect who mysteriously died "accidental" death when they grew too knowledgeable or will to talk of what was really going on. Martin boldly exposes prominent politicians, many in high government position, and shockingly our leader. What Martin has written has never been revealed to the public eyes before and writes of accounts people have died for coming across. Martin also gives an incite into what his life is like now, how the government has his house on surveillence and how he fears of retaliation by the culprits he has exposed. Martin quotes George Bush saying: "if people ever knew what we had done, we'd be chased down in the streets and lynched". After reading this book you will never trust the government again.
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