The Patriot Betrayal

The Patriot Betrayal : A Paul Decker Assignment

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A new American President has been elected on a wave of fear: fear of war with an emerging China and re-emerging Russia, and the old wars on terror and drugs. The government's greatest concern is not al Qaeda, ISIS, Iran, China or Russia; rather, it is deemed to be American citizens who might rise up and attempt to overthrow an increasingly totalitarian government. There are those who know the wars are trumped up and an excuse for spying on U.S. citizens who are trying to expose the extent of the program. But whistleblowers and witnesses are being killed faster than they can be brought in to challenge the legality of the Patriot Act and the extent of NSA spying. All that stands in the way of the president's plan to further consolidate his position - and reward the bankers and corporations who funded his campaigns - is the danger that citizens might rise up and overthrow the government. The President is being kick-backed millions of dollars by the private prison system to pass legislation against any individual or group fomenting unrest, thereby keeping the prisons full. The definition of what constitutes a legal citizen is narrowing greatly. Paul Decker must break the former U.S. President out of prison with the help of a beautiful whistleblower now on the run, a CIA agent on medical leave, the leader of a motorcycle gang, and his ever-present East European hacker, then defeat the antagonists in the only way possible - with the rule of law.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 662 pages
  • 127 x 203.2 x 38.1mm | 816.46g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508705577
  • 9781508705574

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