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Download The Squad: The Shocking True Story of J. Edgar Hoover's Private Hit Team-And the U.S. Government's Secret Alliance With Organized Crime! ePub

by Michael Milan

Download The Squad: The Shocking True Story of J. Edgar Hoover's Private Hit Team-And the U.S. Government's Secret Alliance With Organized Crime! ePub
  • ISBN 0425133621
  • ISBN13 978-0425133620
  • Language English
  • Author Michael Milan
  • Publisher Berkley (August 1, 1992)
  • Formats docx rtf mobi doc
  • Category History
  • Subcategory Americas
  • Size ePub 1907 kb
  • Size Fb2 1565 kb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 805

An exploration of the links between government and organized crime uncovers J. Edgar Hoover's recruitment of Mafia killers to do his dirty work, including murdering ex-Nazis, KGB agents, and "embarrassing" witnesses to the Kennedy assassination. Reprint.

He found them in organized crime families, the armed forces, and in other intelligence services.

J Edgar Hoover was a phenomenon. Crime Records portrayed Hoover as the dauntless scourge of serious crime.

the shocking true story of J. Edgar Hoover's private hit team - and the . government's secret alliance with organized crime.

Edgar Hoover led the FBI for nearly a half-century, from 1924 until 1972.

Электронная книга "Mafia Summit: J. Edgar Hoover, the Kennedy Brothers, and the Meeting That Unmasked the Mob", Gil Reavill

With the history of J. Edgar Hoover, it is not surprising that there have been so many . This book gives an interesting and surprising look at one of the most powerful men in our government.

The Private Files of J. Edgar Hoover is a 1977 American biographical drama film written, produced, and directed by Larry Cohen.

Принято считать, что США выдают себя за мировой оплот гражданских свобод, тем самым присваивая право "экспортировать" собственный тип демократии в другие страны Что же представляет собой.

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The Squad

This book reads as if Ian Fleming did the outline and Mickey Spillane filled in the details. Or was it an English major who studied their styles? The catalog data for this book is omitted at the front of the book. It is fast-paced like an adventure novel. The stories, if true, are confessions to murders, a crime that has no time limit on prosecution. So read this book with a critical eye. It claims to tell the background of many events since WW II. The picture on the back dust cover looks like a photo-montage to me.

The subtitle claims it tells of the secret of the US government alliance with organized crime since WW II. That's certainly no secret, even if it has not been widely publicized. Either organized crime is controlled or tolerated by any government, or there is warfare in which the government usually wins. There have been books on the JFK assassination (and others) that claimed criminals were hired to perform the murders and provide "plausible denial" for powerful people. There is a narrow line between that and using military forces to do the same. After all, force and violence is the method used by any military. There is no way to prove the allegations in this book. Would a person confess to crimes and face life-long punishment? I think its reasonable to assume allegations of criminal action on the part of any government. The Select Committee to Investigate Assassinations in 1977 did uncover many such activities. Witnesses who were summoned died before they could testify. There are many other books that provide more information on historical events. [Read "Compromised" by Terry K. Reed about "Contragate".] The quality of this book seems to drop off near the end, as if a sign of lagging interest.

There are some seeming false statements, like the "Hellcat Torpedo Bomber" on page 44. Was it really "six-packs of bear" on page 174? These questions the credibility of the author, or are clues to the parody.
Lamranilv
poorly written, hence 3 stars.
but the story itself is very interesting. it shows how little one actually knows about what is truly going on in the world of power and government