Wisconsin Publisher Releases True Crime Book, Magazine Exposé

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On Friday, January 20, 2012, Badger Wordsmith, LLC released two new publications.

Authored by retired Milwaukee Police Department homicide detective Steve Spingola, Best of the Spingola Files, Volume I is available exclusively at Amazon.com (please click the following link).


Known amongst his colleagues as ‘the sleuth with the proof,’ Spingola profiles several interesting investigations, including the 1979 slaying of Nancy Radbil, the strangulation murders of over a dozen Milwaukee women, the drowning deaths of young men in the hard-drinking city of Lacrosse, and the tragic case of a newspaper delivery boy killed by an improvised explosive device.

Miles Kinard’s magazine exposé, American Stasi: Fusion Centers and Domestic Spying, explores the secretive nature of post 9/11 domestic intelligence units that monitor the movements of cellular telephone users and build dossiers on American citizens (please click the following link).


Creditable sources estimate that the federal government spent $350 to $500 billion to construct a vast surveillance state monitored by 74 ‘intelligence fusion centers.’ Many civil libertarians believe that these secretive, high-tech outfits operate without adequate oversight and trample individual freedoms.

About Badger Wordsmith

Located in the metro Milwaukee community of Wales, Wisconsin, Badger Wordsmith, LLC (BWS) is a veteran-owned marketing and publishing company. BWS is also the publisher of The Cozen Protocol, an Amazon.com 2010 Breakthrough Novel of the Year Award nominee.



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