Louis J. Freeh served as director of the Federal Bureau of Investigations from 1993 to 2001. Before that, he was a federal judge in New York City. He now works at the banking firm MBNA in Delaware.
Freeh tells his story, from Catholic school to law school to U.S. district attorney to head of the FBI, where he battles his boss, Bill Clinton, and tries to make everyone wake up to the threat of terrorism. Copyright 2005 Reed Business Information.
"A scorching account of [Freeh's] relationship with Bill Clinton and of leading the bureau...MY FBI is no ordinary Washington memoir." --The Washington Post"Freeh did his country a great service by staying on as FBI director to be a witness--a truth teller, if you will--to all the nefarious goings-on at the Clinton White House. As with most debates surrounding the Clinton presidency, it comes down to this: Do you believe Louis Freeh, or do you believe Bill Clinton? If there remains any doubt, this book forever answers that question." --The Philadelphia Inquirer