The shockingly revelatory story of the FBI's 12-year, pre-9/11 battle against terrorism, as told through the stories of three people on the frontlines" the world's most dangerous terrorist, and two Americans who fought against him from the beginning.
As 9/11 unfolded three strangers watched the events - and were not surprised. For years these three had been bound on a collision course: FBI agent Nancy Floyd, FDNY Fire Marshal Ronnie Bucca, and Ramzi Yousef, a bomb-making terrorist. Floyd, Bucca, and Yusef were soldiers on opposite sides of a more covert terrorist war - one that has been fought for the past 12 years.
In 1000 Years for Revenge - a work of groundbreaking investigation that reads like an international thriller - five-time Emmy-winning investigative reporter Peter Lance reveals the details of the 12-year search for Osama bin Laden's New York City terrorist cell, by an FBI plagued by infighting, misinformation and negligence. Based on astounding evidence, only recently uncovered, this book holds revelations that promise to attract headlines, including exclusive evidence of an Al Qaeda mole in a highly sensitive government position in New York City.