"Criminal Poisoning: Clinical and Forensic Perspectives," by Thomas Neer, offers health care providers, investigators and attorneys a comprehensive look at the history, employment and ex post facto analysis of criminal poisoning. Drawing on the vast expertise of the authors—law enforcement agents and physicians with robust experience in the realm of criminal poisoning—this book covers the illegal use of poisons to harm people and the methods of detection available to investigators and prosecutors.
The Soufan Group's Daniel Freedman, Director of Strategy and Policy Analysis, is a guest on MSNBC's Morning Joe.
The most successful interrogation of an Al-Qaeda operative by U.S. officials required no sleep deprivation, no slapping or "walling" and no waterboarding...
He's the special agent who came in from the cold - and waded straight into the debate over the use of harsh interrogation techniques. Ali Soufan, a former FBI special agent and perhaps the most successful U.S. interrogator of al-Qaeda operatives, says the use of those techniques was unnecessary and often counterproductive...
"Phase Line Green" by James A. McGee, one of the most decorated agents in FBI history, offers a real-life look at what it's like not just to be a member of an elite counterterrorism unit, but what it takes to execute a successful assault and save lives. The term "Phase Line Green" refers to the final position before an assault commences. At phase line green, assault teams wait only for the signal to go before breaching a crisis site to save hostages.