The Setup: Memoirs of an NSA Security Operation

The Setup: Memoirs of an NSA Security Operation

by Michael Terry
     
 
A true story of an English Teacher who went overseas unknowingly part of a security operation. In an expose on NSA domestic spying operation that led to overseas travel working for a Swiss bank. Michael worked in the accounting department of UBS where he was mistaken for a spy. After getting setup to go to jail, fired and blacklisted and getting burned, Michael turned

Overview

A true story of an English Teacher who went overseas unknowingly part of a security operation. In an expose on NSA domestic spying operation that led to overseas travel working for a Swiss bank. Michael worked in the accounting department of UBS where he was mistaken for a spy. After getting setup to go to jail, fired and blacklisted and getting burned, Michael turned the tables on them using the Bible. This led to job offers of $200,000 per year. Facing death threats and criminal prosecution threats, he fled to Thailand where he was offered double the last offer. Discusses spy techniques.

Editorial Reviews

Todd Rutherford
Michael Terry’s The Setup: Memoirs of an NSA Security Operation is the story of one man’s larger than life adventures. Terry tells of being wire-tapped by NSA domestic spies, having his identity stolen by an NSA operative, and what occurred leading up to, during, and after a US security operation that involved the author, himself, and the Swiss bank, UBS. Terry’s story is a real-life thriller of espionage and true crime. Indeed, readers will remain riveted from cover to cov
Heather Todd
Very nice work! The writing is very engaging and I look forward to assisting you.
Federal Agent
Intelligently written; better than Rogue Warrior.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781456302740
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
09/09/2012
Pages:
182
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.39(d)

Meet the Author

Raised in California, he attended UCLA for a BA in Economics. Upon graduation, he worked in Los Angeles then sought out Japan when the US economy sank. He enjoys tennis, computers and travel. He has an interest in law and has a Mensa documented IQ of 145.

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