Author Dean Hartwell tells us in his book, Dead Men Talking: Consequences of Government Lies, that we cannot understand future threats without first understanding why we feel fear. And he says that our fears over terrorist attacks are justifiable but focused on the wrong people.
Most people believe the official government story that Osama bin Laden conspired with others, including nineteen hijackers who took over four planes and used them to kill approximately 3,000 people. If they are correct, then war policy in Afghanistan, security measures and the rest of the “War on Terrorism” would be appropriate.
But Hartwell says it is time to identify and indict the real culprits. Dead Men Talking puts to rest any idea that bin Laden participated by proving that the deliberate avoidance of warnings of the attacks, the delayed air response to the planes and the swift removal of crime scene evidence were engineered by those in a position and with reason to act: our government.
The truth of what happened to President John Kennedy and his brother Robert, according to Hartwell, should have alerted the public to official acts of murder. The book shows the impossibility of either of the officially declared murderers, Lee Harvey Oswald and Sirhan Sirhan, to have committed the crimes they have been accused of. Hartwell again depicts the government and its agents as the only ones with means, motive and opportunity to not only carry out the crimes, but to engineer the cover-ups.
Dean Hartwell has the right background to use to write about truth in government. He has degrees in political science, public administration and law. His employment resume includes over fifteen years experience serving the public for three Southern California cities. Perhaps most importantly, he has the willingness to challenge authority when it is wrong.
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