Leon Turrou was the FBI agent closest to the Nazi spy ring in America in the late 1930s. His leaks to the American press and the book he was allegedly writing led to him being fired from the Bureau by J. Edgar Hoover. But he did publish his book, this book, and then Hollywood made a movie of the case that starred none other than Edward G. Robinson. Turrou was one of America's original whistleblowers.
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About the Author
Dr. Paul Rich served on the board of the National Intelligence Study Center and belongs to the National Association of Former Intelligence Officers and the Intelligence and Security Studies Sections of the International Studies Association. With Alain Bauer, President of the French National Crime Commission and Security Adviser to the President of France, he has helped establish the international journal Criminology.