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Undercover Nazi Paperback – January 1, 2009
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David Gletty has worked in an Undercover capacity for the FBI for many years and many assignments covering areas such as drugs, National Security, Extremist Groups and weapons, and has had very good and credible results in all of those assignments - Special Agent Kevin Farrington, FBI Public Record Statement given under oath in Federal Court --Public Record Statement given under oath in Federal Court<br /><br />I have checked out Mr. Gletty s story by asking the FBI, reading Federal court documents and reading police reports from Jacksonville, Florida to Lansing, Michigan and everything he has told us checks out to be true. - Tony Pippitone, Investigative Reporter CBS news affiliate, Orlando, Florida --CBS news affiliate, Orlando, Florida
David Gletty has worked in an Undercover capacity for the FBI for many years and many assignments covering areas such as drugs, National Security, Extremist Groups and weapons, and has had very good and credible results in all of those assignments - Special Agent Kevin Farrington, FBI Public Record Statement given under oath in Federal Court --Public Record Statement given under oath in Federal Court
About the Author
David Gletty was born and raised in Orlando, Florida. He has a true love for the outdoors and is a self-confessed adrenaline junkie. His Florida roots caused him to get involved in wrestling alligators that won him the moniker Gator Gletty. In-line speed skating ability later led to a starring role on a professional roller derby team. As an ardent surfer and a fitness fanatic, David also spends weeks each year in the Appalachian Mountains teaching survival training. His strong sense of patriotism, willingness to challenge himself physically and quick wittedness in dangerous situations, led him to be chosen to work as an undercover operative for the FBI. His training and experiences have led him to work as a licensed private investigator throughout the U.S. He is currently writing several books about his experiences as they become declassified.
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Top Customer Reviews
I have met him in person and found him to be a pretty nice guy. I think it would have really helped if he didn't try to make this an action danger book and stuck to just telling it straight up. Working with an editor would have helped a lot too.
He says he is hired by the FBI to infiltrate various white supremacist groups. He irresponsibly dismisses most of them as 'criminals' but many clearly are not so, unless one wishes to stretch 'criminality' to the holding and airing of social and political viewpoints that the author and/or the FBI dislike. Which, btw, is a major danger in today's America as government and powerful private groups work in that direction.
This guy seems to be a complete clown. The chapter on his arrest down south by a local sheriff was laughable, after he tried to do his own undercover work with hilarious incompetence. His relating his won drug use etc. during his 'infiltrations' demonstrates who the real 'criminal' might be in these pages.
The book came out in early 2009 just after Obama became president but before doing much in office. The author loudly applauds Obama being elected and, incredibly enough, lays partial personal claim to that electoral result. I just wonder what this author as a supposedly staunch defender of the US Constitution and Bill of Rights thinks of the president's own actions with respect to these founding documents, after now nearly six years in the White House. Is he still proud of himself?
Don't waste your time on this book.
PS - Be especially wary of reviews of this book castigating Mr. Gletty's distasteful, but necessary, assignment. Be sure to check out the reviews of other posters to make sure that they are not just the sort of folks Mr. Gletty set out to warn us against.
This book is fiction.