An account of the most successful free-lance undercover FBI operative describes how former cop and ex-con Billy Breen helped solve the crime of the century: the murder of Federal District Judge John H. Wood. National ad/promo....
|Title||:||The Insider: The FBI's Undercover "Wiseguy" Goes Public|
|Format Type||:||Mass Market Paperback|
|Number of Pages||:||464 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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The Insider: The FBI's Undercover "Wiseguy" Goes Public Reviews
This is a true story about Billy Breen who had no intentions of becoming an insider. But, life has a way of directing our path sometimes, when we have no previous intentions of that path. A hard upbringing, and then a wretched time in Viet Nam, helped pave the way for Billy. In time, he found himself as a cop who was questioning what was happening around him politically within the force. When he went to the higher ups, he was dismayed by the dismissal of the problem. With time he found himself seeking out the FBI, but found incredible corruption there too. As more time evolved he did find several who were there for him, cognizant of the problems, ready and willing to help him root out the issues. Unfortunately, most of them were not able to “stand by him.” He found himself alone in many of his undercover operations, and in great danger many times. Billy refused to go into Witness Protection. He spent 7 years in prison for something he was trying to do undercover that backfired on him. It is amazing that this man lived to die a natural death. A little hard to follow at times (thus the '4' rating), but worth the read. Just hang on and go for the ride. You’ll get the drift!
Another book I read long ago that I barely remember.