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FBI Caught Red-Handed Manufacturing Terrorists

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The Terror Factory: Inside the FBI’s Manufactured War on Terror shows how the FBI has, under the guise of engaging in counterterrorism since 9/11, built a network of more than 15,000 informants whose primary purpose is to infiltrate Muslim communities to create and facilitate phony terrorist plots so that the bureau can then claim victory in the war on terror.

An outgrowth of Trevor Aaronson’s work as an investigative reporting fellow at the University of California, Berkeley, which culminated in an award-winning cover story in Mother Jones magazine, The Terror Factory reveals shocking information about the criminals, conmen and liars the FBI uses as paid informants, as well as documents the extreme methods the FBI uses to ensnare Muslims in phony terrorist plots—which are in reality conceived and financed by the FBI.

The book offers unprecedented detail into how the FBI has transformed from a reactive law enforcement agency to a proactive counterterrorism organization–including the full story of an accused murderer who became one of the FBI’s most prolific terrorism informants–and how the FBI has used phony terrorist plots to justify spending $3 billion every year on counterterrorism.

Reviews

“Compelling, shocking, and gritty with intrigue.” —Publishers Weekly

“A real eye-opener that questions how well the country’s security is being protected.” —Kirkus Book Reviews

FBI Caught Red-Handed Manufacturing Terrorists

Trevor Aaronson is the executive director of the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting and a contributing writer at First Look Media’s The Intercept. He is also author of The Terror Factory: Inside the FBI’s Manufactured War on Terrorism.

He co-founded the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting, which has won national and regional journalism awards under his leadership. Aaronson reported and produced a one-hour documentary for Al Jazeera Media Network, “Informants,” about the FBI’s counterterrorism program.

Aaronson was a 2010-11 fellow at the Investigative Reporting Program at the University of California, Berkeley. Previously, Aaronson was an investigative reporter and editor for The Commercial Appeal in Memphis, where his stories ranged from local government investigations to reporting in Asia, Africa and South America. He was also formerly a staff writer for Miami New Times and New Times Broward-Palm Beach.

A two-time finalist for the Livingston Awards, Aaronson has won more than two dozen national and regional awards, including the Molly National Journalism Prize, the international Data Journalism Award and the John Jay College/Harry Frank Guggenheim Excellence in Criminal Justice Reporting Award.

Aaronson has been featured on CBS This Morning, NPR’s All Things Considered, MSNBC, This American Life, C-SPAN’s Washington Journal, WNYC’s On the Media and The Leonard Lopate Show, among others.

On a personal note, I would like to thank Trevor Aaronson, for his courage and tenacity in speaking truth to power. His fortitude and strength of character are abundantly clear through this work… and he’s setting an example for us all. An old school muckraker, following his moral compass; he has set the bar high with the kind of real investigative journalism that this country is sorely lacking. ~ Lisa

Would you like to learn more? http://trevoraaronson.com/about-trevor-aaronson/

Trevor Aaronson on MSNBC’s “Jansing & Co.,” May 23, 2013:

Did FBI Focus on Controversial Stings Distract from Pursuit of Tsarnaev Before Boston Attacks?:

Conversations w/Great Minds – The Terror Factory – The FBI “Sting” isn’t what you think P1:

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