Hoover's FBI: The Inside Story by Hoover's Trusted Lieutenant

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Regnery Publishing, Jul 1, 1997 - Political Science - 440 pages
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The FBI is the world's most famous law enforcement agency and also one of the world's most mysterious organizations. Only the few who were part of J. Edgar Hoover's inner circle know the truths of five decades of his authoritarian rule. In this gripping personal account, Deke DeLoach, who was privy to Hoover's thoughts and actions during the FBI's most tumultuous years, tells his insider story.
 

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User Review  - Whiskey3pa - LibraryThing

Good reading. Refutes the unofficial bio's on some things and supports other aspects of Hover's personality. No real surprises, gov't is like sausage making - you may like the final product but you do ... Read full review

Contents

Hoovers FBI
3
The Secret Files That Werent
27
Bobby Kennedys Bugs
47
The Gay Director?
61
Hoover the Man
83
The Assassination of JFK
113
Jack Ruby
143
Mississippi Burning
163
Spying on Americans
279
Hoover the Mob and Joe Valachi
299
Buried Alive
319
Congress
351
LBJ
371
The Lion in Winter
395
A GMans Goodbye
411
Bibliographical Note
419

King vs Hoover
199
The Hunt for James Earl Ray
223
Counterintelligence
259
Index
423
Acknowledgements
439
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