Pulp Non Fiction

[ Tuesday, June 21, 2005 ]


The Unquiet American

U.S.-Iraq policy and the murder of a whistle-blowing contractor.

By Aram Roston ( investigative producer with NBC News )

"At 43 years old, Stoffel, an American businessman and arms dealer,sported a goatee that gave his grin a mischievous appearance. He probably would have been grinning that day. After all, he believed he had just rescued the biggest business deal of his tumultuous career,one that he thought would not only make him millions but would also
help to arm the Iraqi military against the insurgents. It was a deal he believed in with all his heart."

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