'Homeland Insecurity' is a shocking eye-opener. It is a book that could only be written by skilled, FBI trained, investigators
Palisades, NY (PRWEB) September 7, 2008
If Senator John McCain is the next President of the United States, the key members of the incoming administration will be given copies of the soon to be released book, "Homeland Insecurity," by former FBI official Terry D. Turchie and founding member of the FBI's Behavioral Analysis Program, clinical psychologist, Dr. Kathleen Puckett.
"'Homeland Insecurity' is a shocking eye-opener. It is a book that could only be written by skilled, FBI trained, investigators," said Publisher Don Bracken of History Publishing Company. "When Senator McCain called for American citizens to stand up and fight, we, at History Publishing Company, are responding and are taking our battle position on the Washington Beltway. We will make copies of this shocking book available to every key member of the McCain Administration. If cleaning house in Washington is a primary objective of the McCain Administration, 'Homeland Insecurity' will help immeasurably in that regard. It is a virtual tour-guide of Washington corruption and power addiction."
"Homeland Insecurity" focuses on twelve members of the Washington elite who have compromised national security in order to satisfy their addiction to power. "Homeland Insecurity" illustrates how the Federal Bureau of Investigation has been systematically weakened in order to protect those members of the elite from investigation. The FBI is the only agency empowered by law to investigate the members of government exposed in the book.
Terry D. Turchie, retired from the FBI, was one of the very few recipients of the Attorney General's Award for Distinguished Service in both counterintelligence and counterterrorism. Dr. Kathleen Puckett, a clinical psychologist, was a Special Agent of the FBI for 23 years and a founder of the FBI's Behavioral Analysis Program. She is also retired from the FBI. Together they co-authored the award-winning "Hunting the American Terrorist."
Homeland Insecurity (9781933909332) by Terry D. Turchie and Dr. Kathleen Puckett, History Publishing Company LLC, publication date September 25, 2008, will be in bookstores nationally.