Official Stories, the Ground-Breaking New Book by Investigative Journalist Liam Scheff, Smashes the Official Myths

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"Official Stories: Counter-Arguments for a Culture in Need", authored by Liam Scheff, opens the eyes of readers with the recognition that "official stories exist to protect officials."

Liam Scheff, Author of "Official Stories: Counter-Arguments for a Culture in Need"

"Liam Scheff is brilliantly funny. But his genuine concern and compassion is never absent." Joan Shenton, Film maker

"Official stories exist to protect officials." With the opening line as a guide, Liam Scheff pries open the vault of "official-dom" and see what lies beneath. Drawing information from ten years of investigative journalism, Liam invites the reader to join the hunt for the details that are obscured by today's press release news reporting.

The book looks under the rocks and stones of American culture: From CIA and JFK, to 9/11 and Shakespeare; from Vaccination to HIV to Big Bang theory, and more. Scheff invites his readers to find out what's real, what's true, and what's just an "official story."

"The book is dynamite. I read chapter six line by line, step by step, without once getting up. Riveting, funny, farcical, eye-opening and long overdue! Liam has wonderfully exquisite sense of irony and understatement akin to that Jimmy Kimmel and Dennis Miller."

  • Dr. Charles Geshekter, Emeritus Professor of African History, California State University/Chico

“Liam Scheff brings you a version of the Kennedy assassination like a punch to the gut. Candid, concise and hard-hitting.”

  • Jim Marrs, Author/Investigator of “Crossfire” and “The Trillion Dollar Conspiracy”

About the author:
Liam Scheff is an investigative journalist, radio host and stand-up lecturer on the contemporary myths of science, politics and culture.

He has broken national stories of pharmaceutical malfeasance, been published widely in print and on the web, and has worked on and been featured in films that have not yet been banned by the state censors. To his credit, he's also been libeled on the front page of the New York Times. (See Chapter six of Official Stories)

Find Liam Scheff on the web in print, on radio and in performance at,, the FBI social network (facebook), and on the Robert Scott Bell show.

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