By Louis J. Freeh
A astounding New York Times and Washington Post bestseller, My FBI is the definitive account of yank legislation enforcement through the Clinton years and within the run-up to September eleven. Louis Freeh is apparent eyed, frank, the final word realist, and he deals resolute imaginative and prescient for the struggles ahead.
"[Freeh] comes off because the genuine deal, an honorable, hard-working guy, a faithful public servant and father, a talented attorney and onetime federal prosecutor."---The manhattan Times
"Freeh did his state a very good provider via staying on as FBI director to be a witness---a fact teller, when you will---to the entire nefarious goings-on on the Clinton White apartment. As with such a lot debates surrounding the Clinton presidency, it comes right down to this: Do you suspect Louis Freeh, or do you suspect invoice Clinton? If there continues to be any doubt, this ebook perpetually solutions that question."---The Philadelphia Inquirer
"In one of many year's extra explosive Washington memoirs, Freeh pulls no punches."---The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
The FBI that Freeh took over in the summertime of 1993 used to be nonetheless reeling from the bloody standoff at Ruby Ridge and the conflagration on the department Davidian compound in Waco, Texas. Unpopular, underfunded, and understaffed, the Bureau used to be additionally creeping alongside within the technological darkish a long time. For 8 years---the moment longest tenure of any director considering the fact that J. Edgar Hoover---Freeh could struggle enamel and nail to show the FBI around.
In My FBI, we stick to Freeh via his five-year conflict opposed to Clinton, nationwide protection Adviser Sandy Berger, and others to win indictments for the Khobar bombings in 2001, which said that Iranian executive officers performed a task within the attack.
No ask yourself invoice Clinton referred to as Freeh a "law enforcement legend" whilst he nominated him to be FBI Director. No ask yourself, both, that once Clinton consequently known as that appointment the worst one he made as president, Freeh thought of it "a badge of honor."