Deep Undercover

Deep Undercover Author Jack Barsky
ISBN-10 9781496416865
Release 2017-03-21
Pages 352
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One decision can end everything . . . or lead to unlikely redemption. Millions watched the CBS 60 Minutes special on Jack Barsky in 2015. Now, in this fascinating memoir, the Soviet KGB agent tells his story of gut-wrenching choices, appalling betrayals, his turbulent inner world, and the secret life he lived for years without getting caught. On October 8, 1978, a Canadian national by the name of William Dyson stepped off a plane at O’Hare International Airport and proceeded toward Customs and Immigration. Two days later, William Dyson ceased to exist. The identity was a KGB forgery, used to get one of their own—a young, ambitious East German agent—into the United States. The plan succeeded, and the spy’s new identity was born: Jack Barsky. He would work undercover for the next decade, carrying out secret operations during the Cold War years . . . until a surprising shift in his allegiance challenged everything he thought he believed. Deep Undercover will reveal the secret life of this man without a country and tell the story no one ever expected him to tell.



Deep Undercover

Deep Undercover Author Jack Barsky
ISBN-10 9781496416827
Release 2017-03-21
Pages 352
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One decision can end everything . . . or lead to unlikely redemption. Millions watched the CBS 60 Minutes special on Jack Barsky in 2015. Now, in this fascinating memoir, the Soviet KGB agent tells his story of gut-wrenching choices, appalling betrayals, his turbulent inner world, and the secret life he lived for years without getting caught. On October 8, 1978, a Canadian national by the name of William Dyson stepped off a plane at O'Hare International Airport and proceeded toward Customs and Immigration. Two days later, William Dyson ceased to exist. The identity was a KGB forgery, used to get one of their own--a young, ambitious East German agent--into the United States. The plan succeeded, and the spy's new identity was born: Jack Barsky. He would work undercover for the next decade, carrying out secret operations during the Cold War years . . . until a surprising shift in his allegiance challenged everything he thought he believed. Deep Undercover will reveal the secret life of this man without a country and tell the story no one ever expected him to tell.



Inside Job

Inside Job Author Kenneth C. Bucchi
ISBN-10 1883955289
Release 1999
Pages 305
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Undercover corporate investigations are being conducted in alarming numbers. After the collapse of the Soviet Union and the end of the Cold War, there was a sudden void in intelligence and covert operations and US companies began hiring spies to protect their secrets, gain an edge on competition, and keep an eye on their employees. "Inside Job" is the fascinating, harrowing story of investigations into illegal activities and drug dealing.



Rookie Cop

Rookie Cop Author Richard Rosenthal
ISBN-10 0965457885
Release 2000
Pages 193
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The Jewish Donnie Brasco : An untrained New York City cop infiltrates Meir Kahane's Jewish Defense League.



Jake Westerby Deep Undercover

Jake Westerby  Deep Undercover Author Derek Adams
ISBN-10 9781554878055
Release 2011-02-15
Pages 50
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Warning: This book contains male homoerotica. A mutilated corpse, a powerful family intent on stonewalling the police instead of mourning the loss of their son, a sex-for-hire scheme that began as a lark and then turns deadly--all combine to plunge Detective Jake Westerby into a shadowy world of lust and drugs on the leafy campus of Cascade University. Jake's sexual prowess has caused him grief in his personal life, but makes it easy for him to infiltrate an organization that provides male escorts and drugs to wealthy men willing to pay a premium for discretion. When his identity is exposed by a treacherous cop, Jake is slated to be the killer's next victim. Only fellow detective Paul Mazurek can rescue Jake--and only then if he can pull off an audacious impersonation. Can Paul save the man he loves so that their passion for one another can ignite and come into the open?



Donnie Brasco

Donnie Brasco Author Joseph D. Pistone
ISBN-10 1101154063
Release 1997-02-01
Pages 416
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Posing as jewel thief "Donnie Brasco," FBI agent Joseph D. Pistone carried out the most audacious sting operation ever, working undercover for six years to infiltrate the flamboyant community of mafia soldiers, "connected guys," captains, and godfathers. Now his unforgettable eyewitness account brings to pulsating life the entire world of wiseguys—their code of honor and their treachery, their wives, girlfriends and whores, their lavish spending and dirty dealings. With the drama and suspense of a high-tension thriller, Joseph Pistone reveals every incredible aspect of the jealously guarded world he penetrated...and draws a chilling picture of what the mafia is, does, and means in America today.



Deep in the Shadows

Deep in the Shadows Author Hipolito Acosta
ISBN-10 155885844X
Release 2017-03-31
Pages 276
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U.S. Special Agent Hipólito Acosta shares his undercover experiences in pursuit of human smugglers, which often led to the arrest of criminals involved in the sale of counterfeit documents, narcotics and weapons



Undercover

Undercover Author Paul Lewis
ISBN-10 9780571302185
Release 2013-06-25
Pages 352
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'Undercover lays bare the deceit, betrayal and cold-blooded violation practised again and again by undercover police officers - troubling, timely and brilliantly executed.' Henry Porter The gripping stories of a group of police spies - written by the award-winning investigative journalists who exposed the Mark Kennedy scandal - and the uncovering of forty years of state espionage. This was an undercover operation so secret that some of our most senior police officers had no idea it existed. The job of the clandestine unit was to monitor British 'subversives' - environmental activists, anti-racist groups, animal rights campaigners. Police stole the identities of dead people to create fake passports, driving licences and bank accounts. They then went deep undercover for years, inventing whole new lives so that they could live incognito among the people they were spying on. They used sex, intimate relationships and drugs to build their credibility. They betrayed friends, deceived lovers, even fathered children. And their operations continue today. Undercover reveals the truth about secret police operations - the emotional turmoil, the psychological challenges and the human cost of a lifetime of deception - and asks whether such tactics can ever be justified.



Velvet Undercover

Velvet Undercover Author Teri Brown
ISBN-10 9780062321299
Release 2015-10-20
Pages 336
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Perfect for fans of Jennifer Donnelly and Libba Bray comes this page-turning historical spy thriller from Teri Brown, author of the Born of Illusion series. Samantha Donaldson's family has always done its duty for the British Crown. In the midst of World War I, seventeen-year-old Sam follows in their footsteps, serving her country from the homefront as a messenger for the intelligence organization MI5. After her father disappears on a diplomatic mission, she continues their studies of languages, mathematics, and complex puzzles, hoping to make him proud. When Sam is asked to join the famed women's spy group La Dame Blanche, she's torn—while this could be an unbelievable adventure, how can she abandon her mother, who has already lost a husband? But when her handlers reveal shocking news, Sam realizes she can't refuse the exciting and dangerous opportunity. Her acceptance leads her straight into the heart of enemy territory on a mission to extract the most valuable British spy embedded in Germany, known only as Velvet. Deep undercover in the court of Kaiser Wilhelm II, Sam must navigate the labyrinthine palace and its many glamorous—and secretive—residents to complete her assignment. To make matters worse she must fight a forbidden attraction to the enemy—a dangerously handsome German guard. In a place where personal politics are treacherously entangled in wartime policy, can Sam find Velvet before it's too late . . . for them both? A thrilling story of one girl's journey into a deadly world of spy craft and betrayal—with unforgettable consequences.



Undercover

Undercover Author Damian Marrett
ISBN-10 9780730450092
Release 2010-06-01
Pages 256
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Undercover is a remarkable true story about the Australian underworld. Fake identities. Drugs. Cash. Danger. All in a day's work for a Drug Squad cop Made infamous by tV series Underbelly and Underbelly: A tale of two Cities, the Australian underworld has been exposed. UNDERCOVER is the story of an undercover detective working to infiltrate the Australian drug scene. Damian Marrett's penetrating yet darkly comic insights and astonishing candour provides the real story behind bringing down the Griffith Mafia. After reluctantly joining the Victorian Police in 1986, Damian Marrett was handpicked four years later to work in a covert capacity for the Drug Squad. Marrett was so exceptionally talented that he was responsible for some of the biggest drug busts in Australian law enforcement history. the young detective is famously known for infiltrating the seemingly impenetrable Griffith Mafia, in an operation codenamed Afghan which is still regarded as Australia's most complex covert sting operation. Compelled to stay in character for long periods of time over the nine month operation, Marrett became the knockabout drug dealer Ben Gleeson. Operation Afghan concluded in a tense stand-off in country NSW where ten mafia gangsters were arrested on 36 separate drugs and firearms charges. the trial followed and eight were sentenced to 41 years of combined jail time. true crime addicts will find Marrett's account of his six years as an undercover agent organising dangerous stings in the criminal underworld a must-read. West Australian



Deep Cover

Deep Cover Author Michael Levine
ISBN-10 9780985238612
Release 1990-03-13
Pages 282
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"Deep Cover," a NY Times bestseller by former DEA agent Michael Levine, is a first-hand account of the sabotage of a DEA undercover sting operation that threatened to expose US government ties to drug financed governments in Mexico, Panama and Bolivia. As the NY Times put it: "A fascinating, exciting and sometimes horrifyingly comic tale..." “60 Minutes” called him "America’s top undercover cop for 25 years." The drug lords call him "El Tiburon," The Shark, and "El JudioTrigueño," The Dark Jew. His undercover exploits are legendary. He is Michael Levine and for a quarter of a century his deep cover operations penetrated the highest echelons of narcoterrorism. In "Deep Cover" he pits himself against high level factions of our own government whom he claims are more a danger to the American people than any narcoterrorist. Voted one of the ten most censored non-fiction books by mainstream media, "Deep Cover" is the explosive real story of why America’s War on Drugs is a shell game intended to distract us with phony media-hyped successes while we are bilked of billions of dollars in taxes to support international banking and Third World economies. Operation Trifecta begins in an Oklahoma jail cell where David Wheeler, a 48 year old self-proclaimed screenwriter and drug dealer to Hollywood stars, sits contemplating a life sentence for cocaine sales. The newscast he’s watching is about to change his and Mike Levine’s life. Days later Levine is ordered to travel to San Diego. Wheeler, just removed from prison by Customs to work as an informant, has made a deal with corrupt Mexican law enforcement figures to smuggle cocaine into the US using the Mexican Navy. Spanish speaking Levine is needed to play the undercover role of a Mafia don to close the deal. A top DEA suit tells Levine: "Customs is on our turf. We want you to take over the investigation. But do it subtly; we don’t want to piss off the commissioner." Levine, under investigation for the events captured in "The Big White Lie" senses a trap. The paranoia that has kept him alive for the past decade grips him. He begins recordingevery conversation; recordings that will become the fact basis for "Deep Cover." Operation Trifecta would bring Levine’s fictitious Mafia team on a deep cover odyssey through the jungles of Bolivia and Panama, into the back rooms of Washington DC deal-makers and across the killing fields of Mexico. The sometimes hilarious and other times horrifying odyssey culminates in a death trap in Panama that Levine would barely escape to write this book. "Deep Cover" is part of the true history of our war on drugs that readers will never find in newspapers or history books. From "Deep Cover": At 3 P.M., a shirtless Chuy admitted us to the room. A drained looking Jorge watched us from the bed. "My people want me to call the whole thing off," he said almost before the door had closed. “They think something is very suspicious. You know, DEA agents are in your hotel right now." I was not surprised by the last. The way some of my colleagues had been behaving, I figured their presence in the Marriott would be front page news. "My brother," I said meeting his level gaze. "I think I agree with your people. We should call the whole thing off. There is just too much distrust to do business. My people are on the verge of ordering me back with the money." I again rehashed the airport incident. "They said exactly what they said before: If we can risk our plane in Bolivia and our money in Panama, they cannot understand why you cannot come to the Marriott and walk out with two sixty pound suitcases that look like any of the other suitcases seen all over the lobby." Roman shook his head wearily. "You know Luis, the one thing I am sure of is that you are not DEA. This whole affair is so stupid it cannot be DEA." I smiled and said nothing. It was a line I would never forget.



Role Interference and Moral Distress in the Subjective Experience of Deep Undercover Law Enforcement Operatives

Role Interference and Moral Distress in the Subjective Experience of Deep Undercover Law Enforcement Operatives Author Thomas E. Coghlan
ISBN-10 9781599423708
Release 2011-09-08
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Role Interference and Moral Distress in the Subjective Experience of Deep Undercover Law Enforcement Operatives has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Role Interference and Moral Distress in the Subjective Experience of Deep Undercover Law Enforcement Operatives also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Role Interference and Moral Distress in the Subjective Experience of Deep Undercover Law Enforcement Operatives book for free.



Being Uncle Charlie

Being Uncle Charlie Author Bob Deasy
ISBN-10 9780345812841
Release 2013-12-31
Pages 304
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Being Uncle Charlie is the intense, intimate and graphic story of one Canadian undercover cop who spent two decades infiltrating organized crime. From Russian and Italian mafias to notorious biker gangs, Bob Deasy gained access to and the acceptance of criminals who most cops in any country would never encounter or arrest, let alone befriend. Bob Deasy had an illustrious twenty-three year career with the Ontario Provincial Police. Using little more than his quick wits, natural confidence and a deft mental equilibrium that allowed him to stay three chess moves ahead of his quarry, Deasy was the secret weapon behind some of the signature crime busts in Canadian history. Infiltrating the Outlaws Motorcycle Club and the Russian and Italian mobs, he also single-handedly set up international import-export businesses, faked contract hit jobs and executed one of the largest drug buys in OPP history. He also perfected the now controversial "Mr. Big" technique of posing as a crime kingpin to solicit unwitting confessions from suspects in long-dormant cold murder cases--a tactic he defends as he practised it, and with which he enjoyed a 100% success rate. Being Uncle Charlie is a nail-biting ride--sometimes comic, always entertaining--that reads like a one-man history of modern crime, told through the ground-level, insider's perspective of a cop who was able to blend in with the unsavoury, the desperate and the diabolical.



Gunz and God The Life of an NYPD Undercover

Gunz and God  The Life of an NYPD Undercover Author Stevie Stryker
ISBN-10 9781483445908
Release 2017-04-12
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This is the real-life story of Stevie Stryker, who grew up in a tough Brooklyn neighborhood, then became an NYPD undercover — Stevie Gunz, his fellow officers called him. He locked up countless bad guys using his biggest asset, his ability to talk. It’s a skill he learned as a kid in church, where he listened, not always willingly, as his father, a strict Pentecostal minister, held sway with his mesmerizing sermons. But Stryker broke his father’s heart, joining the Marines instead of heading right to college. After retiring from the NYPD due to a debilitating illness, he paid his father the biggest compliment he could, becoming a minister and preaching the word of God. The New York Times calls “Gunz and God” an “audacious autobiography” filled with “rollicking capers, which read like TV scripts.”



The Infiltrators

The Infiltrators Author Philip Etienne
ISBN-10 0140292446
Release 2001
Pages 393
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Philip and Martin are two of London's most successful villains. They specialize mainly in drugs, but also deal in guns, stolen cars, credit cards and pretty much everything else that comes their way.And business is booming. Martin drives a top-of-the-range BMW and Philip a slick Merc. When they hit town their wallets are fat with banknotes. If a deal looks good, money's not a problem.Tough, streetwise and professional, they're the kind of men other crooks like to deal with.And that's just the idea, because both Philip and Martin are undercover cops.Revealed for the first time, this is the explosive true story of the Met's covert operations by two men from the front line where any mistake could have been their last.



Beatles Deeper Undercover

Beatles Deeper Undercover Author Kristofer Engelhardt
ISBN-10 1926592093
Release 2010
Pages 376
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"This book is a comprehensive history and reference book on The Beatles' direct musical contributions to other artists' records, recordings, and performances. It is not a price guide, nor a discography, nor an exposé of their personal lives, nor a critique of their work. It is a wealth of rock and roll history of The Beatles, and their friends and fellow musicians."--Foreword



The Infiltrator

The Infiltrator Author Robert Mazur
ISBN-10 9781473526624
Release 2015-06-25
Pages 384
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Robert Mazur spent five years undercover infiltrating the criminal hierarchy of Colombia’s drug cartels. The dirty bankers and businessmen he befriended knew him as Bob Musella, a wealthy, mob-connected big shot living the good life. Together they partied in expensive hotels, drank the world’s finest champagnes, drove Rolls-Royce convertibles and flew in private jets. But under Mazur’s designer suits and hidden away in his quality briefcase, recorders whirred quietly, capturing the damning evidence of their crimes. Then, at his own staged wedding, he led a dramatic takedown that shook the underworld. In the end, more than eighty men and women were charged worldwide. Operation C-Chase became one of the most successful undercover operations in the history of US law enforcement, and evidence gathered during the bust proved critical to the conviction of General Manuel Noriega. The Infiltrator is the true story of how Mazur's undercover work helped bring down the unscrupulous bankers who manipulated complex international finance systems to serve drug lords - including Pablo Escobar and the infamous Medillin cartel - corrupt politicians, tax cheats and terrorists. It is a shocking chronicle of the rise and fall of perhaps the biggest and most intricate money-laundering operation of all time. And, at its heart, it’s a vivid portrait of an undercover life and the sacrifices it requires. Filled with dangerous lies, near misses and harrowing escapes, The Infiltrator is as bracing and explosive as the greatest fiction thrillers - only it's all true.