Innocence Turned Deadly

Grey Wanderer Publishing, 24.12.2011 - 162 Seiten
He is ridding the world of corruption and drugs, one operation at a time, but who does he really work for? And will the answer endanger his teammates, who include both his best friend and the woman he loves? A young man is quietly invited to join the Unicorns, a shadowy paramilitary group claiming to work for the Department of Justice. Between the nighttime raids, takedowns, and targeted assassinations he performs, Duncan soon realizes the corruption lies not only on the street, but beneath the veil of the law and justice itself. In this semi-autobiographical journey, he exposes the secret dealings that permeated every level of the government in Kentucky at the time. Torn between the damning information he learns from the lips of his love and the shady objectives of the invisible group he works for, he struggles to come to terms with the role they have given him -- a role that is difficult, dangerous, and deadly. Much like Sally Denton's The Bluegrass Conspiracy, this book explores the real-life corruption in Kentucky from a behind the scenes perspective at a time when many knew what was going on, but were afraid to talk.

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Robert Duncan O'Finioan is an author and martial artist. Born in 1960, he was taken at a young age by his parents and delivered to a secret government program known as Project Talent, a sub-project of the notorious MK ULTRA Program. The program used severe trauma to split his personality into several alternate personalities, one of whom was trained and enhanced to become a Super Soldier known as Omega Unit 197. It was only as an adult, after years of missing time, blackouts, odd experiences, and terrifying nightmares, that a car accident restored some of Duncan's memories of involvement in these clandestine projects. Duncan also came to learn of the existence of three distinct other personalities in addition to 197. Duncan wrote his first book prior to the accident which caused him to regain his memories. Years later, he realized that his subconscious mind, or perhaps his other personality, was leaving him clues about his then unremembered past in the pages of the book he wrote.

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