Readers fascinated by politics and the law will want to pick up this book, which features trial transcripts from the federal case against I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff, who was convicted of making false statements in the investigation of the outing of CIA agent Valerie Plame. “Murray Waas is our Woodward now...publishing the biggest story in town.”—Jay Rosen, PressThink.Org
“Slowly but surely…Murray Waas has been putting together a compelling narrative about how President Bush and his top aides contrived their bogus case for war in Iraq.”—Dan Froomkin, WashingtonPost.com
“Murray Waas is pretty impressive….he just keeps whaling away with discrete fact after discrete fact until, finally, he sinks the sucker.“--- Columbia Journalism Review
“Murray Waas is getting his day in the sun…The freelance investigative reporter has racked up a series of scoops-- Howard Kurtz, Washington Post.