What action does the government take when there are 'dirty' jobs to do? After September 11, 2001, those rules changed. Men were contracted to take care of these jobs – covertly, quickly, and for big bucks.
Dixie Cup Assassin relates the experiences of one such man. Why did he become involved? To stay out of prison... For the money... Because he enjoyed the rush... Or underlying it all, was he a patriot who wanted payback for 9/11 and to ensure his country's freedom?
And what will happen to this man when the government no longer needs him? Will he be tossed aside like a used "Dixie Cup"?
This is the exposé of a man, who hired out to government agencies to rid a country of subversive enemies, as shared with investigative reporter Jerry Bohnen over almost two decades.
Due to language and subject matter parental guidance is highly suggested.
A broadcast journalist for forty years and winner of numerous national broadcast news awards including the Edward R. Murrow Investigative Award from the Radio TV News Director’s Association, a national radio investigative award from Investigative Reporters and Editors (IRE), a national investigative award from the journalism honorary, Sigma Delta Chi, and a Silver Gavel award for investigative reporting from the American Bar Association.
I am the News Director of KTOK Radio and the Clear Channel Radio operations in Oklahoma City. I’ve been with KTOK Radio News for thirty-one years.
My investigative work has covered the politics of a corrupt governor, the Oklahoma City bombing and was responsible in part for the clearance of a death row inmate in Oklahoma. My stories have been printed in numerous publications nationally.
I’m a graduate of Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas. My wife, Mary, and I have been married for thirty-eight years and we are the parents of two daughters and a son. We make our home in Yukon, Oklahoma.read more