Licensed to Lie: Exposing Corruption in the Department of Justice
In this daring new expose, Sidney Powell, an outstanding attorney and public servant, reveals the rampant corruption, deception, and perversion that now permeates the Department of Justice. The book mainly focuses on the period immediately after the Enron crisis, during which time the Enron Task Force of elite government prosecutors was overzealous to accuse, strong-arm, intimidate, and convict anyone remotely associated with Enron; it mainly focuses on Powell’s experiences, but also provides a detailed overview and a closer look at individuals players.
This book was amazing. Scary, and disturbing, but amazing. It reads more like a thriller (or a horror novel) than anything else, since most chapters are presented from either Powell’s point of view or from that of an individual under assault from Enron Task Force. Powell is unhesitant to state exactly who was doing exactly what, and how that was legally and morally wrong. The picture she paints is utterly terrifying, but hopefully the book will serve its purpose: to awaken Americans to the fact that their court system is corrupt. I highly recommend this book.
|Page Count||456 pages|
|Publisher||Brown Books Publishing Group|
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|Category||Current Events & Politics|