Michael Levine, called "America's top undercover agent for 25 years," by 60 Minutes, is the
New York Times bestselling author of Deep Cover, The Big White Lie and Triangle of Death.
Not only was Levine one of the most decorated undercover agents in the history of the Drug Enforcement Administration but he is also one of only a handful of agents that was known for excelling at the most dangerous of all undercover assignments: "Deep Cover." Levine would travel the globe posing as an American Mafia don armed with nothing but a false passport and a pocket full of cash to conduct face-to- face multi-ton drug trafficking deals with the world's top drug barons. He is active as a court qualified expert and trial consultant in Covert Operations, International Narcotics Trafficking, Informant Handling and Police Use-of-Force. His New York City radio program, The Expert Witness Show, can be heard on WBAI 99.5 FM as well as Stitcher.com and iTunes.

Michael Levine to Appear on H2's America's Book of Secrets

Mike Levine, "called America's top undercover agent for 25 years" by 60 Minutes, will featured by the History Channel 2 in its series "America's Book of Secrets." In one of several stories censored by US media, The author of N.Y.Times bestseller "Deep Cover" and "The Big White Lie" will speak of his experience working a deep cover case which involved living with Chinese/Thai heroin traffickers in Southeast Asia during the Vietnam War: The true story of the "Body-bag Case" (smuggling heroin into the US in the bodies and body-bags of our KIAs) made public for the first time -- not the fiction put out by Hollywood -- will be told on the History Channel 2 broadcast of Friday 5/24/13.

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Deep Cover eBook Now Available

Almost 25 years after its initial publication, "Deep Cover," a NY Times bestseller by former DEA agent Michael Levine, is now available in eBook format! The first-hand account of the sabotage of a DEA undercover sting operation that threatened to expose US government ties to drug financed governments in Mexico, Panama and Bolivia, is now available in all major eBook retailers,

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Michael Levine to Speak at Bloomsburg University

Bloomsburg University presents "Life as an International Deep Cover Agent," with speaker Michael Levine, on April 1, 2013 at 7pm EST, in Carver Hall on the campus of Bloomsburg University. This is a Free Admission event.

Join us for a fascinating discussion with the man called "America's top undercover cop" by 60 Minutes, and author of NY Times Bestseller Deep Cover and national bestseller The Big While Lie. Michael Levine is one of the most decorated supervisory agents in the history of the Drug Enforcement Administration. He has also served with great distinction with the US Customs Service, ATF, IRS and the FBI/DEA Task Force.

This event is sponsored by the College of Liberal Arts, and the Department of Sociology, Social Work and Criminal Justice at Bloomsburg University. Doors open at 6:30pm EST. For more information, please visit Bloomsburg University's Criminal Justice Department online at http://www.bloomu.edu/criminal_justice.



The Big While Lie eBook Now Available!

Almost 10 years after its initial publication, The Big White Lie continues to affect the politics surrounding America's War on Drugs, and now it enters the digital age to continue to trumpet the failures of the phony war.

Now available on Kindle, NOOK, and iPad, you can now read about Michael Levine's startling first-hand account of the CIA's sabotage of the Drug War using your favorite eReader.

Purchase The Big White Lie — $2.99

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Evo Morales & the Big While Lie

On March 3, 2011, Bolivian President Evo Morales vowed before the world press that DEA would never again be permitted to enter Bolivia. He cited the events in La Guerra Falsa (the Spanish language translation of The Big White Lie) as proof of America's covert use of the War on Drugs to manipulate his and other governments as his justification. This event was largely ignored by American mainstream media. As a consequence, the American taxpayer who is paying the price of the War on Drugs in drug related deaths, homicides and more than a trillion in taxes, continues to be left in the dark.

This book is not about the betrayal of the Bolivian people; it's about the betrayal of both our peoples by individuals in CIA and the Department of Justice whom in a sane world should have been indicted for treason and complicity to mass murder.

Since the first publication of this book in 1993, CIA Inspector General Frederick Hitz admitted CIA's support of the same drug dealers targeted by DEA, in essence, corroborating every accusation documented in these pages. Furthermore, Federal Judge Robert Bonner the DEA Administrator went public on 60 Minutes and called CIA drug smugglers.