'Having turned away from the organized church, a young man joins the Army, where he repairs helicopters and receives orders to perform an assassination for the CIA.
Later, while trying to rededicate to the Lord, he is ostracized from ministry work and becomes an investigator. In 1994 however, he flees Indiana after corrupt informers frame him for a crime that never occurred.
After the FBI cleared his name, the agency commissioned him as a street agent, specializing in detection of assassination plots, crime rings and industrial espionage.
He soon discovered that many criminals working for the government are using their status as informers to further their criminal enterprises, and elements of the organized church are in collusion, at least indirectly.
As an FBI agent, he prevented unconstitutional stings targeting militias, and after resigning, nefarious agents tried to kill him but failed, instead covertly keeping him under subjection via "blackballing" for two decades.'
|Black and White
|6.000" x 9.000" (229mm x 152mm)
Todd A. Slee is a former soldier and an investigator for law enforcement before he fled to Indiana to avoid being framed by crooked informers and officials. After being commissioned by the FBI, he thwarted unconstitutional stings and escaped being killed by agents who disagreed with him—exposing corruption. He specialized in detecting assassination plots and industrial espionage.
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