The book the government doesn't want you to read. That's an enticing opener if we've ever read one. It describes Mark Fallon's new book, Unjustifiable Means: The Inside Story of How the CIA, Pentagon, and US Government Conspired to Torture. Currently an international security consultant, Mark Fallon is a former member of the Senior Executive Service in the Department of Homeland Security and former special agent of 30 years with the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS). A strong advocate for human rights, he has written a gripping exposé about America’s use of torture in the name of national security. Join us to dive into this untold side of the US government.
"Mark Fallon is the Serpico in the war on terror, trying to win the war by doing it the right way. Unjustifiable Means provides an inside look at counterterrorism operations and the sacrifices that good people make to win that war. Fallon shows how torture has made us less safe and that it may make people talk, but it doesn’t make them tell the truth." —Bill Dedman, Pulitzer Prize–winning investigative reporter and Senior Writer, Newsday
From a man who was there at the inception of the United States' torture program, Unjustifiable Means delves into the dark side of the United States government to reveal how our nation evolved to sanction evil.