The F.B.I. Got It All Wrong

eBook (PDF), 420 Pages
(2 Ratings)
Price: $10.00
All that happened at the USF Education Center’s Campus in Prince George's County and our Family Home in Montgomery County of Maryland is ready to be heard. A detailed account of the FBI attacks on the USF Education Center‘s Campus and our Family Home on October 16, 2008. This book is a tell-all that provides vivid descriptions of all the denigration, harassment, and intimidation I have had to suffer because I am a Nigerian and my decision to provide American children with free mathematics tutorials and American adults with free computer skills training. The FBI attacks on the USF Education Center’s Campus, as well as the seizure of our students’ personal documents, have created feelings of anger, confusion, fear, insecurity, and frustration among our students. Also, we do not know the exact purpose for which FBI agents seized their personal documents.
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  • By Lenny Jhonson
    Mar 15, 2011
    This books looks kinda of boring but its actually very interesting, i give it a 10/10!
  • By Janice Wo
    Mar 15, 2011
    This book is amazing, it really captures the struggle of an honest man seeking the American Dream. I definitely recommend.
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September 28, 2011
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