The Most Revolutionary ACT

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Strategic Book Publishing, Jul 9, 2010 - Biography & Autobiography - 338 pages
Intense government harassment between 1987 and 2002 led a 54-year old psychiatrist, single mother and social activist to close her 25-year Seattle practice to begin a new, safe life in New Zealand. In her memoir, author Dr. Stuart Bramhall describes events that are totally out of the range of experience of average Americans. Her frightening encounter with U.S. intelligence began quite innocently, as she assisted two men transform an abandoned school into a museum. It ended with unrelenting phone harassment and illegal break-ins, six attempts on her life, and an affair with an undercover agent who railroaded her into a psychiatric hospital. The Most Revolutionary Act enlightens readers to the mind-blowing criminal activities U.S. intelligence is notorious for - illegal narcotics trafficking, arms dealing, money laundering and covert assassinations of both foreign and domestic leaders and activists. The U.S. government has been taken over and it's time to out these shadowy power brokers and hold them accountable.
 

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Contents

Part I My Long Harrowing Journey to Ward 6
1
Part II The Murder of Oscar Manassa
103
Part III Revelation Enlightenment and Despair
167
Part IV Our Enemies Are All Under Us
231
Part V The End of a Friendship
297
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Dr. Stuart Bramhall is a child and adolescent psychiatrist who lives in New Plymouth, New Zealand.

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