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Andrew Kreig is an investigative reporter, attorney, author, business strategist, radio host, and longtime non-profit executive based in Washington, DC.
His most recent book is "Presidential Puppetry: Obama, Romney and Their Masters," the first book about the Obama administration's second term. The book grew out of his work leading the Justice Integrity Project, a non-partisan legal reform group that investigates official misconduct.
In a diverse career, he has advocated for the powerful, and investigated Mafia chiefs, Karl Rove, and top Obama administration officials. The major "Who's Who" reference books have listed him since the mid-1990s.
He holds law degrees from Yale and the University of Chicago, and a b.a. in history from Cornell. His experience includes work as law clerk to a federal judge, as an attorney at a national law firm, and as president/CEO of a worldwide high-tech trade association.
The contact for interviews, lectures, and review copies is Mary Byers at Eagle View Books. The author has lectured on five continents, held research fellowships at three major universities, and appeared on more than 100 radio, television and cable news shows as an expert commentator.
(114 comments) Monday, April 9, 2018 Lawyers To Petition DoJ Demanding 9/11 Grand Jury Investigation of WTCs 1, 2 and 7
A federal grand jury should investigate the collapse of the World Trade Center towers during the 9/11 attacks, according to a petition that an expert lawyers group plans to file on April 10 in New York City's federal court.
The 54-page petition and its 57 exhibits provide evidence that pre-installed explosives were used to destroy the three WTC buildings during the attack on Sept. 11, 2001.
(11 comments) Saturday, April 7, 2018 The Washington Post's 'Breakthrough' on the MLK Murder
For the fiftieth anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.'s murder, the Washington Post last week overcame its tainted history of softball coverage and published a hard-hitting account quoting the King family's disbelief in the guilt of convicted killer James Earl Ray.
(27 comments) Thursday, January 19, 2017 Using JFK and 9/11 Research To Decode Fake News
Researchers into the causes of President Kennedy's assassination and the 9/11 attacks hold an advantage over most others in deciphering news about national security intrigues that rely on dubious evidence
(7 comments) Sunday, March 20, 2016 Noted Swedish Journalist, Assange Critic Exposed As Police Agent
Martin Fredriksson, a winner of a major investigative reporting prize in 2014 for his work exposing right-wing groups opposed to NATO, has been secretly paid for years by Säpo, the Swedish Security Service.
In deep intrigue that resembles a spy novel, Fredriksson's work in left-wing, pro-NATO and anti-WikiLeaks commentary undermines conventional wisdom that journalists must work independently.
(12 comments) Friday, February 26, 2016 RFK Murder Cover-Up Continues After Dramatic Parole Hearing
A California parole board this month rejected a dramatic plea to release the convicted slayer of 1968 presidential contender Robert F. Kennedy, thereby continuing one of the nation's most notorious murder cover-ups.
(4 comments) Monday, February 9, 2015 Moralist Ken Starr Explains His Help For Billionaire Pervert Jeffrey Epstein
Famed educator and legal scholar Ken Starr led a forum last week at the National Press Club to inspire faith-based instruction -- and then was asked to describe why he had helped billionaire Jeffrey Epstein avoid serious prison time in 2008 on allegations Epstein had molested dozens of underage girls.
(1 comments) Tuesday, December 30, 2014 Shackled Siegelman Typifies White House 'Human Rights' Charade
Federal authorities continued this month their remarkably harsh, unjust treatment of the nation's most famous political prisoner, former Alabama Gov. Don Siegelman.
The U.S. legal jihad against Siegelman persists even as the Obama administration separately cites "human rights" as the rationale for U.S. foreign interventions.
(5 comments) Monday, December 22, 2014 Let's Learn From Gruber's 'Stupid' Remarks On Health Care
We can learn a lot from the public-relations drubbing that Republicans are inflicting on Jonathan Gruber. He is the recently humbled MIT economist who has been a much-cited expert on the Obama administration's health care plan.
(7 comments) Monday, October 20, 2014 Former House JFK Murder Prober Alleges CIA 'Lied,' Seeks Hidden Records
Did the CIA try to thwart the nation's last investigation of President Kennedy's assassination?
"The CIA not only lied, it actively subverted the investigation," says G. Robert Blakey, the former general counsel of the House Select Committee on Assassinations (HSCA), which issued its report in 1979.
(23 comments) Wednesday, October 1, 2014 Cuban Exile Militant Claims CIA Meeting With Oswald Before JFK Killing
A former Cuban exile anti-Castro militant told a conference audience Sept. 26 in a blockbuster revelation that he saw accused presidential assassin Lee Harvey Oswald with their mutual CIA handler six weeks before the killing and there would have been no anti-Castro movement in Cuba without the CIA funding.
(11 comments) Thursday, September 11, 2014 Revelations Mark This Month's 50th JFK Warren Report Anniversary
Those appalled by the nation's drift away from the Constitution can benefit from a rare opportunity this month.
Sept. 26 marks the 50th anniversary of the Warren Commission's report on President John F. Kennedy's murder.
(6 comments) Monday, August 11, 2014 Siegelman's Judge Charged with Beating Wife, Affair With Clerk
Atlanta police this weekend alleged wife-beating by the Alabama judge who helped railroad into prison former Alabama Gov. Don Siegelman.
The story opens a rare window in the mainstream media regarding the judge instrumental in the frame-up of Alabama's leading Democrat and the imposition of one-party rule.
(48 comments) Sunday, July 27, 2014 9/11 Commission's Forum Shows How DC 'Works'
Members of 9/11 Commission last week leveraged the 10th anniversary of their report to announce a dozen recommendations primarily fanning fears of foreign terrorism.
(8 comments) Monday, June 2, 2014 Media Self-Censorship Suppresses 3 Key Elements From Obama Foreign Policy Analysis
The mainstream media typically self-censor discussion of sensitive topics that might undermine the bipartisan support in congress for "The Intelligence-Industrial Complex," a modern successor to "The Military-Industrial Complex" denounced by President Eisenhower during his Farewell Address in 1961. Among verboten topics are reminders of the constitutional requirements founders created for war-making.
(116 comments) Thursday, May 29, 2014 Don't Be Fooled By 'Conspiracy Theory' Smears
Most of us still rely heavily on the mainstream media to complement our information from other sources, in this article Kreig urges readers to evaluate evidence with an open mind, and to regard with special suspicion those commentators who slant their coverage with the loaded smear words "conspiracy theory" without citing specific evidence.
(12 comments) Sunday, March 16, 2014 Jailed Journalist Sends Shocking 'Letter from Birmingham Jail'
Alabama commentator Roger Shuler's condition has sharply worsened during his nearly five months of jailing, as I learned by visiting him in Birmingham March 10. The corruption-fighting reporter said he has lost 16 pounds during his jailing without bond since Oct. 23 on two contempt of court charges. The charges stemmed from his investigative reports alleging a sex scandal involving the prominent Alabama lawyer Robert Riley Jr
(4 comments) Sunday, January 12, 2014 How the Christie Bridge Scandal Could Help Jeb Bush Win in 2016
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush is a big winner so far in the political scandal and cover-up engulfing New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. Bush can remain in the background for the 2016 presidential race, and avoid the scrutiny imposed on front-runners.
(5 comments) Friday, November 8, 2013 Imprisoned Former Alabama Gov. Siegelman Backs Jailed Blogger, Denounces Corruption
Former Alabama Gov. Don Siegelman sent me the column below opposing the jailing in a libel suit of a journalist shown puffy-eyed after arrest at home and MACE: "Roger Shuler," Siegelman wrote, "has written time and time again exposing Rob Riley, the former governor's son's insidious and sinister connections to money making schemes."
(14 comments) Friday, October 25, 2013 Alabama Deputies Beat, Arrest Corruption-Fighting Reporter
The Shuler prosecution illustrates how one-party governance in the Deep South inspired by Karl Rove, the Tea Party, and long-lingering racial and other animosities against the federal government have fostered a new view of the law, or more precisely a return to old views.