“Mine eyes have seen”
About the Book
Years have passed since the attack on washing D.C. but questions still remain about Operation Vanguard/ The Matthews Incident. The F.B.I. mobilizes at a small team of investigators to track down and interview those that were involved in Vanguard or who were direct witnesses. This is that document, the full story of what made Vanguard. The puzzle of who Brigadier General Matthews was comes together to show how such a tragic event could have been devised by one man. What causes a highly decorated and respected Marine to becoming one of the United States most infamous homeland terrorist? Interview after interview is conducted, slowing stripping away the hidden secrets into the motivations behind Operation Vanguard and the mysterious mind that is General Matthews. Was General Matthews unstable, was General Mathews mad with power, or was General Matthews just a misunderstood Paragon. The Facts that we all knew about Operation Vanguard gets tested and holes develop in what we as a country thought really happened. Hear the true life account of Agent Aries as he searches the white house for president Howl, a story told millions of times around the word; finally being told by the hero himself. Hear the history of the executioner, Joseph Witlit told by former colleague and brother in arms like never told before. Read the clips of the country’s most famous newspapers about true life people in D.C. as vanguard was unfolding. And for the first time ever, read a copy General Matthews Manifesto! Experience for yourself the full story brought to you personally from the hand written letter. Look in to Matthews own words of why he led Vanguard and the future Matthews hopped for. Operation Vanguard, we all saw it on television but did we get the whole story?
About the Author
I grew up in a small town and wanted to be more then my surroundings. I joined the Marine Corp when I was 18 and was active duty during 9/11, Afghanistan conflict, and the invasion of Iraq. After the military, I wanted to serve my community again by working in corrections. My first book “Mine eyes have seen” is the tool I used to deal with my PTSD and the daily struggles it brings. At the beginning of that book, I never thought I could be an author and never believed that dream was possible. I have been and always will be strongly dedicate to my country and hope to continue to fight my personal struggles and continue to serve my country through written word. I have always strived to be a good example to my family, my community and fellow brothers and sisters of the military.