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Triple Cross: How bin Laden's Master Spy Penetrated the CIA, the Green Berets, and the FBI--and Why Patrick Fitzgerald Failed to Stop Him Hardcover – Bargain Price, September 5, 2006
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Praise for 1000 Years of Revenge:“Compelling and briskly told.” (Washington Post)
Praise for 1000 Years of Revenge :“A brilliant investigative read.” (Nicholas Pileggi)
Praise for 1000 Years of Revenge“Astounding… a 500-page smoking gun.” (Kristin Breitweiser, co-chair, September 11 advocates)
Praise for Cover Up:“A disturbing indictment of those we trust to care for the common good.” (Santa Barbara News Press)
Praise for Cover Up:“[Lance] has no reservations about pointing fingers… disquieting.” (Toronto Sun)
Praise for Cover Up:“The cumulative evidence is startling.” (New York) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author
Peter Lance is the author of three previous works of investigative journalism, 1000 Years for Revenge, Cover Up, and Triple Cross. A former correspondent for ABC News, he covered hundreds of stories worldwide for 20/20, Nightline, and World News Tonight. Among his awards are the Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Prize and the Sevellon Brown Award from the Associated Press. He lives in California.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Moore is funded by the globalists and Jones bashes them. Yes, globalism is here. I've watched it rise for 30 years. (And I'n certainly not a fan of it when politicians want to throw away America's sovereignty.) But painting things with broad brushes is dangerous and misleading. Debating explosives at the towers, such a stupid waste of time and focus. (I wasted mine reading it all.) Enter Peter Lance. No axe to grind, no political lens, left right or middle. Just an old-fashioned brilliant journalist with a desire to know the facts and to present them to the world in the hope that correctly identifying the problems will actually lead to solutions! He took on an incredibly complex task, spanning years. Then he laid them out in an understandable way, complete with a cast of characters -- pictures and time lines, so you could follow the "evil." And if you do not believe in evil... but only conspiracies, well you might be part of the problem.
I praise this book and thank Lance for his work. It has essential information. Have an open mind, clear the fog, care that we are probably going to be attacked soon and try to prevent it by at least knowing what is going on. Then hold politicians feet to the fire to change old ways and systems. Cash for clunkers? Fine. How about cash to prevent killing innocent Americans? Instead of evil and ineptness allowing a child to be imprisoned 18 years, evil and ineptness could allow something horrible to come to a city near you-- and soon! READ THIS BOOK AND HAVE OTHERS DO THE SAME.
This book has got to be regarded as one of the key works of REAL investigation of September 11.
Just the fact, ma'am. No bull.
Keep going Lance, keep going. We need this information. We need your help.
It is not a book for the faint of heart. After reading this you are bound to wonder how we missed so many chances to stop 9-11 and to follow up on the earlier bombing of the WTC.
One question I was left with was, could there be a relationship between some of the issues in the book and Sandy Berger's willingness to commit multiple felonies to get materials out of the NSC files and Richard Clark's non-indexed files. Perhaps one day we will know.
As an investigative resporter the author does a great job. I gave it only 4 stars as I thought it needed more effort at linking the pieces to the big picture.