On two different occasions (once in Miami and once in Ohio) U.S. federal agents stormed the residence of Bruce and his mother and searched for over an hour at gunpoint without permission nor warrants. The first time they seized some IRS documents and the first 12 chapters of Bruce’s book (about 200 pages at that time). The second time (1999) they grabbed the first 24 chapters (all hard copy print-outs). Fortunately he had secreted all on a zip disk buried in tin box in a local park and a few copies given to friends after associate Al Chalem was found with five bullets in his head. It has to be noted that Al Chalem and Bruce were not actually friends but both crossed each other’s paths in search of unregistered, privately-owned Enron shares for buyers that were government officials. The only other thing they had in common were both were getting death threats by the same people at the same time – the Russian mobsters. Both had met Michael Vax and each other at the Russian Tea House in New York. Both had been FBI informants at different times. Both knew the Dark side of Wall Street was extremely lucrative – and dangerous.
Some in our government have conveniently claimed there is no book and all of this is all simply hogwash. In fact, over a dozen people have read the 812 page manuscripts and are sworn to secrecy. Although Bruce promised his wife not to publish the book after their son was born and their home shot up, Bruce finished the book in China as a sort of life insurance policy, a lesson he learned from Chip Tatum and Rodney Stich. Only to demonstrate the existence of the book, one chapter of 38 is published below with 7 pages related to Venezuela and Hugo Chavez redacted along with 5 pages related to political candidates and “contributions” on behalf of General Noriega, and his brief conversations with Ken Lay, and Cliff Baxter who were at extreme opposites of the ethics spectrum.
This chapter below is one of two chapters dedicated to the AFG saga and the two years Bruce worked unwittingly inside the cut-out company and eventually reported the criminal activity to the FBI – which was “instructed” to allow it to continue for 4 years before AFG made the pages of The Miami Herald and Toronto Star and $87 million supposedly went “missing”. If nothing else, the manuscripts serve as guide in documenting Bruce’s adult life and the 15 government and corporate crimes he reported or exposed, including the Red Cross Blood scandal that probably saved the lives of over 500,000 people. Here then is the copyrighted Chapter 24… one of 38 chapters. For any legitimate investigator, this book connects the dots between the drug world, Wall Street, and those residing in the plush suburbs of Washington, D.C. and the Hamptons. The actors in this play make Jamie Dimon look like a boy scout. Some of you voted many of them into public office and the rest were “appointed”. (The author has authorized reproduction of any 300 word excerpt by any one entity/company/party, and retains and an all other related rights)
or his freedom, and political betrayal by Bush family. For reference only see:
Please take note that after Bruce was paid a visit in China by two federal agents who claimed they wanted to help reunite his family, strange efforts began to smear him online to tarnish his credibility. Be aware of these red herrings if you stumble across them on the internet. There are 18 living witnesses and over 2 dozen audio and video recordings that can corroborate the story that Bruce himself admits is “strange but true”.