Cheri Seymour is the author of Committee of the States: Inside the Radical Right. She has worked as a freelance journalist, an investigative reporter, and a private detective. She lives in Oceanside, California.
This book is highly recommended to be read by those who seek the truth.
She has performed the most courageous act in hopes that America will wake-up, inform themselves, and spread the word, and demand honest government!
Cheri Seymour has done 18 years of great research here in looking at the murder of DANNY CASOLARO!
A splendid report on the Casolaro murder and circumstances leading up to it. He discovered the secrets of The Octopus and certain people in its membership. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Lee Charlton
I really admire the dedication of Cheri Seymour who took on this very fascinating, yet complex investigation. Ms. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Dana
Cheri Seymour navigated through a maze of distrust, threats, and an information operation designed to tell Satan's story of his infiltration of America: from the mafia to the CIA. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Christ Adam
I'll admit I havent had time to read much more than the first few pages of the book. But I am having a problem keeping the "who's who" straight. Read morePublished 19 months ago by LINDA SUNKLE-PIERUCKI
Cheri Seymour has drawn together all the answers in the INSLAW - PROMIS saga and has brought thirty years of exceptional work to publication, documented all the facts, and... Read morePublished 20 months ago by An ex-WotC customer
Cheri Seymour published this book knowing it was full of errors. She told me she had a deadline, she was too busy, it was too much work. There was no demonstration of work ethic. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Anita Langley
I discovered " The Last Circle" after reading "The Ultimate Prey". I recommend you might do the same. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Kenneth D Kennedy
This book takes you further down the rabbit hole that is the treachery and traitorous government of the United States.
Well written and forward moving at all times. Read more