Product review for Prisoner of War: The Story of White Boy Rick and the War on Drugs
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What authoritative voices are saying about Prisoner of War: The Story of White Boy Rick and the War on Drugs:
“Meticulously researched and brutally honest. It tells the true story of White Boy Rick.”
—Ret. FBI Agent Herman Groman—Rick’s “handler” as an informant.
“With all of the ‘based on’ fluff and feathers coming out of Hollywood, Wade tells the true story of Richard Wershe, Jr., and how he landed behind bars for 30+ years. As usual, fact is more devastating that fiction.”
—Ralph Musilli, White Boy Rick Wershe’s longtime criminal appeals lawyer
The tale of a Detroit boy recruited by the FBI—at age 14—to be a paid informant against a politically-connected drug gang is so amazing it inspired a Hollywood film—White Boy Rick—starring Matthew McConaughey as the teen’s father.
What kind of father would take FBI cash to let his youngest child be an undercover operative in the murderous drug underworld? This book answers the question.
White Boy Rick became the Detroit FBI’s most productive drug informant of the ‘80s, but as the book explains, things went awry amid FBI misdeeds. Rick tried to become a cocaine wholesaler, got caught and has spent 30 years behind bars. He became a Prisoner of War: The War on Drugs. Rick Wershe is the central character in a wide-ranging exploration of the nearly half-century trillion-dollar policy failure known as the War on Drugs. It explains “testilying”, the widespread perjury felony committed by the police in pursuit of drug felonies, it examines CIA pressure to get charges dropped in a Detroit drug case and it shows how a basketball star’s drug death led to mass incarceration.
Order a copy of Prisoner of War and explore the appalling truth from the trenches of the War on Drugs.
- Paperback: 400 pages
- Publisher: Wade Multimedia LLC (March 27, 2018)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0692995706
- ISBN-13: 978-0692995709
- Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.9 x 8.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds