Cardiac Arrest: Five Heart-Stopping Years as a CEO on the Feds’ Hit List was reviewed by William Perry Pendley at the Washington Examiner. His review is reflective of the shock common to many first time readers of this story. One line stands as a fair assessment of the crux of the issue on display in the book:

There is one guilty verdict: for the federal government, which has too much power, no adult supervision of its officials, bureaucrats, and lawyers, and absolutely no accountability for their misdeeds.

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