“Jamie Henry swings open the door. He is a striking figure, tall, lean and strong, with gray hair and a handsome face as craggy as the Sierra Nevada mountains that loom to the east.”
So my book begins, with one man’s story of honor and persistence that, nearly four decades later, brought the facts to light. With gratitude to Henry, who recognized no statute of limitations on the truth.
“What was right then, is right now”
– Jamie Henry
April 4, 1947- July 12, 2010
“An important book. Nelson demonstrates that cover-ups happen in plain sight and that looking for an exclusive can blind reporters to the real story.” – New York Times Book Review
“In the best tradition of investigative journalism.” – Boston Globe
“Nelson is one of the most experienced, talented investigative journalists alive.” – Seattle Times and Philadelphia Inquirer.