MARK ZEPEZAUER / The CIA's Greatest Hits

Monday, July 23, 2012 - 7:30pm




The CIA’s Greatest Hits details how the CIA hired top Nazi war criminals, shielded them from justice and learned -- and used -- their techniques; has been involved in assassinations, bombings, massacres, wars, death squads, drug trafficking, and rigged elections all over the world; tortures children as young as 13 and adults as old as 89, resulting in forced “confessions” to all sorts of imaginary crimes; orchestrates the media -- which one CIA deputy director liked to call “the mighty Wurlitzer” -- and places its agents inside newspapers, magazines and book publishers; and much more. CIA crimes continue unabated, and unpunished, Zepezauer writes. The day before General David Petraeus took over as the twentieth CIA director, federal prosecutors announced that they were dropping 99 investigations into the deaths of people in CIA custody, leaving just two active cases they’re willing to pursue.



Mark Zepezauer’s previous books include Take the Rich Off Welfare, Boomerang! How Our Covert Wars Have Created Enemies Across the Middle East and Brought Terror to America, and The Nixon Saga. The former publisher of the Tucson Comic News, he lives in Tucson with his wife and two children.







The CIA's Greatest Hits By Arthur Naiman (Editor), Mark Zepezauer Cover Image
ISBN: 9781593764395
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Published: Soft Skull - May 1st, 2012