New York :, New Press,, 
339 pages ; 23 cm
Introduction: a lawless law enforcer
A "culture of arrogance"
A lack of internal controls
Fear of foreignness
Targeting their own
Disrupting diversity and dissent
The radicalization theory
Disrupting muslim civil society
Scapegoating Muslim American communities
Criminalizing black identity
Targeting innocent "others"
Disrupting democratic controls
The watchdog that didn't bark-ignoring executive abuse
White nationalism and white collars
Conclusion: what then must we do?
In this engaging and unsettling contemporary history of the FBI, a former FBI undercover agent and whistleblower tells the story of the transformation of the FBI after the 9/11 attacks, making a bold call for reform.