This nonfiction, action-packed novel tells of secret dealings of the CIA and the Bush administration. Startling, shocking facts reveal the truth behind 9/11 and the search of Osama Bin Laden. The Central Intelligence Agency, the Department of Defense, the White House, Pakistan, Yemen and Somalia are all primary players in a dangerous and very deadly game.
The narrative illustrates the interrogation of American consulate, Raymond Davis, arrested in Lahore, the capital of Pakistan, after she shot and killed two men. He was hired by the CIA. Secret American spies are a thing of the past. The spies are now killing machines covertly hired to infiltrate Pakistan, Yemen and North Africa. An underground war created by the Bush administration and handed off to President Obama.
Author Mazzetti explains a statement made by John Brennan, tapped to run the CIA by President Obama, refers to himself as a “scalpel” stated, “– this new kind of war is without costs or blunders –a surgery without complications.” The opposite would come to be true. After the death of Osama Bin Laden the United States had been developing many secret operations that involved an abundant amount of killing and experiments that have lasted over ten years. The Way of the Knife tells the tale of how the CIA gained the license to kill, the plans that were made to assassinate a list of people the Bush administration wanted dead and how Guantanamo Bay came to pass.
Anyone who ever wanted to know what lies beneath a concealed operation behind and within enemy lines The Way of the Knife gives a straightforward look from reliable government resources that were witness or took part to help uncover the truth behind America and allied CIA operatives.