The American Genocide

The American Genocide

by Elvis Slaughter

Paperback

$11.66 $12.95 Save 10% Current price is $11.66, Original price is $12.95. You Save 10%.
Choose Expedited Shipping at checkout for guaranteed delivery by Monday, July 22

Overview

The American Genocide reveals a fatal flaw in the healthcare system—tainted blood transfusion—that caused the deaths of thousands of Americans. Saddened by his mother’s sudden death from HIV-infected blood, crime expert Elvis Slaughter scrutinized the system to discover some shocking truths. Despite the availability of high-tech equipment and sophisticated testing capabilities, contaminated blood could easily enter the system. Administrative lapse, corruption, cover-up, and negligence threaten the integrity of the system designed to save lives.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780979146152
Publisher: Slaughter & Associates
Publication date: 09/25/2008
Pages: 132
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.28(d)

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

See All Customer Reviews

The American Genocide 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
ApexReviews More than 1 year ago
After she received a series of blood transfusions, Elvis Slaughter's mother suffered a tragic, premature death, prompting him to investigate the matter in order to discover the root cause of her suffering. As his investigation deepened, Elvis eventually learned a host of disturbing facts regarding the blood that his mother received - specifically that it had been tainted with HIV. Growing ever more determined to get to the bottom of the tragedy, he ultimately unmasked a massive cover-up reaching the highest levels of the federal government. Highly compelling, The American Genocide is quite the eye-opening read. Presented in three parts, author Elvis Slaughter's moving memoir provides the reader with a detailed account of his impassioned efforts to uncover the truth of his mother's devastating - and completely unnecessary - demise. Complete with official memos, newspaper clippings, and applicable press releases, The American Genocide doubles as a revealing exposé of government malfeasance and an emotional tale of one man's often lonely quest for justice. In the end, while Slaughter invites readers to reach their own conclusions about the facts in hand, there is no doubt of precisely where his thoughts lie on the matter, and he remains determined to share the truth of his mom's tragic story so that others can avoid the same pain and suffering he was so unfairly forced to endure. Superbly crafted, The American Genocide is an inspiring reminder of the responsibility we all bear to spread the light of truth wherever we go. A thoroughly informative read. Cherie Mangum Apex Reviews