My latest nonfiction book, THE CLAPPER MEMO, received some positive attention today in the form of a news release issued by officials at the National Association of Computer Voice Stress Analysts.
After pointing out how THE CLAPPER MEMO details the decades-long failure of the U.S. government-backed polygraph program, it noted my effort to chronicle the “turf war” between polygraph loyalists and those backing a competing technology, the Computer Voice Stress Analyzer®. In addition, it mentioned how I exposed the lengths to which members of the U.S. polygraph establishment have been willing to go in their failed efforts to maintain total control over truth-verification operations within the United States.
While the news release reveals only a fraction of what I uncovered during an exhaustive four-year investigation into the U.S. military’s use of interrogation technologies, another avenue exists for Americans to learn more about the book that has already received several big-name endorsements.
Order a copy of THE CLAPPER MEMO, and you’ll be able to see how I connect the dots between three memos — including one issued by James R. Clapper Jr. while he was serving as Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence — and hundreds of American and Coalition Forces casualties in Afghanistan that resulted from so-called “Green-on-Blue” or “Insider” attacks. And that’s just the “tip of the iceberg.”