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Not many Americans go from working for Presidents to monitoring White Supremacists and violent, neo-Nazi skinheads, but that's what happened to author Todd Blodgett. After serving on Ronald Reagan's White House staff, and President George H.W. Bush's successful presidential campaign, Blodgett took a wrong turn and found himself ensconced in the milieu of organized White Supremacy. Eventually, he - along with America's two leading Nazis, William L. Pierce, and Willis A. Carto - co-owned the world's largest, most profitable racist music corporation. His business dealings with these savvy, money-laundering Haters led to him being recruited by the FBI and the Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF); for nearly three years, he worked as a full-time, paid, professional FBI informant, assigned to monitor the HATE movement and its top echelon. But the FBI didn't know that their informant was a junkie, heavily addicted to crack cocaine.
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About the Author
Todd Blodgett served on President Reagan's White House staff and on the staff of President George H.W. Bush. He also worked for the Republican National Committee and the FBI. For seven years, including while he worked, full-time, as a paid FBI informant, Blodgett was addicted to crack cocaine. Mr. Blodgett was on a first-name basis with the leaders of every major white supremacy organization in the U.S., and many in Europe.