Take a look at the weekly recap below, and you’ll understand why I sometimes feel like a government watchdog:
On Sunday, I watched the 14-minute segment, Manhunt: Inside the Boston Marathon Bombing Investigation, on CBS News’ 60 Minutes. One day later, I felt compelled to ask the question, Does FBI Have More Boston Marathon Bombing Video Than They’re Willing to Share? Read my article and see if you think my question is valid.
Later on Monday, I reported a Top Intelligence Community Lawyer Made Me Laugh. To find out what Robert Litt, general counsel in the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, said at a recent Freedom of Information Day event in the D.C. area, read the article.
In my third and final piece Monday, I shared news that proves why National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden was able to pass two polygraphs and gain access to America’s most precious secrets. Read about it under the headline, Newspaper Reporter Reveals How He ‘Beat’ Polygraph Exam.
On Wednesday, I shared video of former Army Ranger officer Michael Behenna‘s first television interview after being paroled and released from the military prison at Fort Leavenworth. The video appears in my piece, Michael Behenna Gives First Television Interview Since Release From Military Prison.
On Thursday, I revisited a subject more than two and a half years old under the headline, Woman Continues Fight After Losing Mother, Granddaughter. Read it and let me know what you think my next step(s) in reporting about this case should be.
On Friday and Saturday, I’ll be spending most of my time editing the 400-plus pages of the final draft of my still-untitled first fiction novel. I hope to have this, a “reality-based action thriller,” available for purchase early this summer and hope you’ll order a copy!
FYI: If you need something to read while waiting for Book #3 to be released, order my two previous books by clicking here or on the graphic below. Thanks in advance!