Dirty Laundry: How I Stole Billions in CIA Drug Money, Almost
By Ken Peacock
THE CRIME OF THE CENTURY and your government is committing it! TOP SECRET government documents, affidavits, confidential letters, and CIA admissions back up the author’s claim that tons of gold bullion and hundreds of billions of dollars — if not trillions — are being hidden from the public in secret CIA-controlled bank accounts. In five extraordinary chapters the author reveals (1) How he temporarily acquired power-of-attorney over hundreds of CIA bank accounts from a CIA operative; (2) How he used the Mafia to confirm the existence of these accounts; (3) How he tricked the FBI into confirming them; (4) How he used one judge to implicate five others in the cover-up; (5) How he “paid” five friends $150-million each with CIA money; (6) How a $957,000 tax bill was paid with CIA money; and (7) How he almost “stole” billions in CIA drug money for returning to the American people. Included is a confidential list of 180+ subpoenable witnesses with knowledge of these secret bank accounts: bankers, judges, lawyers, top government officials and private citizens. The author’s fiery expose of massive money laundering by the White House, CIA, NSA, and Treasury makes the Pentagon Papers, Watergate, and Iran-gate look like a Girl Scout campfire! For security reasons, the name of the CIA operative and his family, as well as the name and account number of these worldwide bank accounts, has been changed and/or redacted throughout this book.
- Paperback: 246 pages
- Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1 edition (June 26, 2018)
- Language: English
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