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The 9/11 Investigation: Declassified FBI documents on the terrorist attack that changed history (Volume 1) Paperback – April 1, 2012

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J.M. Berger is a consultant specializing in homegrown extremism, and author of the critically acclaimed book "Jihad Joe: Americans Who Go To War In The Name Of Islam." Berger has been a journalist for 25 years, working in every form of media from newspapers to New Media, radio and television. His work has appeared in The Atlantic, Foreign Policy, the CTC Sentinel, the New York Daily News and the Boston Globe, and on National Public Radio, Public Radio International and the National Geographic Channel. In addition to working internationally as an investigative reporter studying terrorism, he is an award-winning business writer and has covered science, technology and religion. He is currently working on a book about the FBI's infiltration of white supremacist and militia groups in the United States. Berger consults on homegrown terrorism and online extremism. He has presented research for counterterrorism professionals such as the New York City Police Department's Intelligence Division, New Jersey state law enforcement, the National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC), the Homeland Security Policy Institute at George Washington University and more.

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J.M. Berger is a journalist covering global and domestic terrorism. He has reported, produced content and spoken on camera about terrorism for the National Geographic Channel, National Public Radio, Public Radio International, Al Jazeera and other U.S. and international television outlets., Berger's Web site, regularly publishes investigative reports and thousands of pages of primary source documents about the war on terrorism, including the single biggest collection of FBI investigative documents concerning the September 11 attacks ever released to the public.

Berger's new book, "Jihad Joe: Americans Who Go To War In The Name Of Islam," uncovers the secret history of American jihadists. Hundreds of American Muslims have traveled abroad to fight in wars because of their religious beliefs. From the 1970s to the present day, Americans have been involved in every major jihadist front. An American was even present for the founding of Al Qaeda in 1988.

Berger recently completed work on "Sarajevo Ricochet," a documentary exposing the activities of Islamic radical networks during the war in Bosnia, and what the U.S. government knew about Al Qaeda's connections to the Bosnian government. His previous works include a National Geographic documentary about Ali Mohamed, an Al Qaeda spy who infiltrated the U.S. military. Berger also recently contributed footage to "Talibanistan," an episode of "National Geographic Explorer" on the activities of the Taliban on the Af-Pak border.

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