The Watchdogs Didn't Bark

The CIA, NSA, and the Crimes of the War on Terror

The Watchdogs Didn't Bark

By:  Nowosielski, Ray
Duffy, John

9781510721364
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POLITICAL SCIENCE / Corruption & Misconduct
POLITICAL SCIENCE / Intelligence & Espionage
POLITICAL SCIENCE / Law Enforcement
“The authors lay bare… an intelligence failure of historic proportions.”
—JOHN KIRIAKOU, Former CIA officer and author of The Convenient Terrorist

“The authors lay bare… an intelligence failure of historic proportions.”
—JOHN KIRIAKOU, Former CIA Officer and author of The Convenient Terrorist

“Stories of characters in the dark corners of the bureaucracies, where the secrets are kept… Duffy and Nowosielski name names and hold people to account. If only our government had the courage to do the same.”
—ALEX GIBNEY, Co-creator, Hulu’s The Looming Tower

“A devastating portrait of an agency that is almost singularly committed to its own impunity… Has any government agency, anywhere, been as successful as the modern CIA in avoiding accountability for its grotesque failures and abuses, including grave violations of human rights?”
—BEN WIZNER, Legal adviser to Edward Snowden, ACLU

“Compelling, informative, and authoritative.”
—MARK ROSSINI, Former FBI Agent

“A detailed, comprehensive indictment for prosecution of these unpunished masters of elaborate deception, wielding secrecy as the main weapon.”
—JOHN YOUNG, Co-creator, Cryptome.org

“Snapshot of the much larger blueprint of malfeasance that ran rampant across the US government… Having been personally affected and engaged on these issues for the past seventeen years, even we learned new pieces of disturbing and damning information… A must read.”
—PATTY CASAZZA, MONICA GABRIELLE, MINDY KLEINBERG, LORIE VAN AUKEN, “The Jersey Widows”


Ray Nowosielski is a documentary filmmaker and journalist who has written for

Salon and Truthout and contributed to investigations by Newsweek, Gawker, The

Daily Beast, and The Intercept.He is currently a producer for Oscar-winning

documentary director Barbara Kopple. He lives in New York City.

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