In my second nonfiction book, The Clapper Memo, I reveal irrefutable evidence of an unconventional war being waged by polygraph loyalists against all challengers to their century-old credibility assessment technology.
Best described as a “turf war,” this conflict has been raging silently for more than 40 years, shows no signs of easing, and impacts Americans around the world. Among those involved is Director of National Intelligence James R. Clapper Jr. His underlings at the Defense Intelligence Agency stonewalled me for almost two years in an effort to keep the public unclassified contract information related to Department of Defense polygraph purchases out of public view.
The Clapper Memo is the product of four years of exhaustive research and reveals never-before-published details from the interrogations of Guantanamo Bay detainees, Saddam Hussein’s “Deck of Cards” and others.
Of course, there’s much more to the story. To learn more, however, you’ll have to order a copy of The Clapper Memo.
Several high-profile Americans, whose names you might recognize, read The Clapper Memo and, in turn, offered their endorsements:
“An unconscionable cover-up.” — Capt. Larry W. Bailey, U.S. Navy (Ret.), former commander of the U.S. Navy’s Basic Underwater Demolition/SEALs (BUD/S) Training Program;
“Bob McCarty has uncovered a high-tech ‘turf war’ pitting those who want the best for our troops against others who seem to be focused on their own self-interests. Sadly, it seems the wrong people are winning this war. I highly recommend The Clapper Memo.” – Maj. Gen. Paul Vallely, U.S. Army (Ret.), former deputy commander, U.S. Army Pacific; and
“Bob McCarty’s book, The Clapper Memo, represents perhaps the most thorough investigative reporting I have encountered in years. I direct the attention of the so-called major media to it. This is how it’s done!” — David P. Schippers, U.S. House of Representative’s chief investigative counsel during the impeachment of President Bill Clinton.
The Clapper Memo also received praise from people directly impacted by actions and events it reveals:
“Read this book & you will see how our government has for many, many years deprived our military of the best possible tool for vetting & weeding out the enemy.” — MaryLiz Grossetto, aunt of LCpl. Greg Buckley Jr., a 21-year-old Marine who died Aug. 10, 2012, as the result of a “Green-on-Blue” attack in Afghanistan.
“The Clapper Memo by Bob McCarty gives the reader an in-depth look into the dirty little secrets of politics and greed triumphing over safety and security for our fighting men and women as well as the average American citizen.” — Billy and Karen Vaughn, parents of U.S. Navy SEAL Aaron Carson Vaughn, a member of SEAL Team Six who lost his life along with 29 other Americans when their helicopter, call sign “Extortion 17,” was shot down in Afghanistan Aug. 6, 2011.
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