William C. Chasey Reveals CIA Assassination Plot in New Book, "Truth Never Dies".





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What would you do if your government told you to kill someone?

In "Truth Never Dies" (ISBN 1461064449), Dr. William C. Chasey tells the true story of his downfall at the hands of the United States government. He explains the book is not intended to express anger or seek vengeance, but rather to present an honest account of what happened to Chasey and his family when he refused to participate in a CIA-sponsored assassination.

Chasey explains that "Truth Never Dies" reads like an international thriller written by a creative Hollywood screenwriter. Although the story is a thriller, the author asserts that it's not the product of imagination; rather it is the compelling true story of one of Washington's most successful lobbyists, William C. Chasey. For over 20 years, Chasey enjoyed extraordinary access to the U.S. Congress. He was at the top of his game. He had wealth, power and prestige. This former Marine Corps Officer had the world at his finger tips. No one ever questioned his motives or integrity.

This all changed when he opened communications between Libya and the U.S. Congress over Pan Am 103. Chasey explains that he did his job too well and shocked the Clinton Administration when he took a U.S Congressman to Libya for discussions with Libyan leader Muammar Qadhafi. The last thing the administration wanted was a Congressional oversight investigation by some of Chasey's Congressional friends.

According to Chasey, when the CIA saw how close Chasey had gotten to the Libyan leadership, they tried to blackmail him into using his unique access to the Libyans to initiate a CIA-sponsored assassination of the two Libyan intelligence officers who were indicted for blowing up Pan Am 103, Abdel Al -Megrahi and Lamin Fhimah. Chasey refused to be a part of this plan.

Chasey's shocking story describes what these feared institutions, working together, did to punish him and his family. His refusal to cooperate with the CIA resulted in the obliteration of his reputation, a 6-year FBI investigation, an FBI sting operation, financial ruin, criminal charges and incarceration in federal prison.

"I love my country, but I fear my government," Chasey says. "I fully expect that the government will deny what I've said. Now that my story is written, I am confident that it will never die, because truth never dies."

Chasey hopes that readers will be outraged as he explains that the government stopped at nothing to get even with him for not performing according to their expectations, no matter how credible and honest he was. Chasey also believes that international audiences interested in current affairs, politics, government and Pan Am 103 will find his book compelling.


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