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Thu Oct 16 17:55:39 2014 UTClccn-n906966620.00Der Einzelgänger0.271.00Crack in America : how Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Gary Webb's three-part series in the San Jose mercury news has rekindled public outrage over the CIA crack cocaine connection /28698719Gary_Webbn 906966622820880Webb, C.Webb, Garfield Williamlccn-n79099301United StatesCentral Intelligence Agencylccn-n2010077321Webb, Eric1988-np-aragon$1897 1982Aragon1897-1982viaf-72134001Dallmann, Günterlccn-n80032174Kundera, Milanlccn-n81017045Mytze, Andreas, jeffMackler, Jefflccn-no2006121489Schou, Nicklccn-n81090470Bowden, Charlesnrtlccn-n88167062Hawkins, Dwight1938-Webb, Gary1955-2004United States.--Central Intelligence AgencyNicaraguaCounterrevolutionariesCalifornia--Los AngelesCrack (Drug)Cocaine abuseUnited StatesDiplomatic relationsDrug traffic--Political aspectsCocaine industryInternational relationsWebb, Gary,Investigative reportingWebb, Gary,Political scienceSocial historyLanguage artsSpeeches (Castro, Fidel)Kundera, MilanJournalistsCentral AmericaDrug traffic19552004196419651966199619981999200520062009201120149633244363.4509794HV5833.L6784613ocn038281498book19980.27Webb, GaryDark alliance : the CIA, the Contras, and the crack cocaine explosionPresents the results of journalist Gary Webb's investigation into the roots of the crack cocaine epidemic in South Central Los Angeles--a story that cost him his job after he uncovered evidence that links the U.S. government and the CIA-backed Nicaraguan contras with drug profits+-+631818333611ocn072970279book1964Webb, GaryHilferuf aus Billings11ocn072970287book1964Webb, GaryDer Sheriff in der Todeszelle11ocn072970271book1965Webb, GaryDer Boss der 1000 Colts11ocn072970274book1964Webb, GaryEiner gegen die wilde Stadt11ocn072970270book1964Webb, GaryDie Bande vom Teufelsturm11ocn072970276book1964Webb, GaryDer Einzelgänger11ocn072970301book1966Webb, GaryWölfe der Nacht11ocn072970282book1964Webb, GaryIn den Bergen lauert der Tod11ocn072970284book1965Webb, GaryDer Marshal war schneller11ocn072970289book1965Webb, GaryTag der Revolvermänner11ocn072970273book1965Webb, GaryDer Colt regiert das Weideland11ocn072970280book1965Webb, GaryGoldene Hölle am Laramie11ocn072970283book1965Webb, GaryEine Kugel für den besten Freund11ocn072970268book1965Webb, GaryAls der Texaner kam11ocn072970277book1966Webb, GaryHangen sollst du in Montana11ocn072970298book1964Webb, Gary... und nur einer überlebte!11ocn072970299book1966Webb, GaryKein Wasser für die Rinderstadt11ocn072970286book1966Webb, GarySheriff - Du mußt sterben!11ocn072970302book1965Webb, GaryZum Untergang verdammt871ocn688643407book20110.28Webb, GaryThe killing game : selected writings by the author of Dark alliance: the CIA, the Contras, and the crack cocaine explosion+-+478477830631ocn754850106book20090.95Stockholmer Korrespondenzen11ocn236165259book19961.00Mackler, JeffCrack in America : how Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Gary Webb's three-part series in the San Jose mercury news has rekindled public outrage over the CIA crack cocaine connection11ocn837889706book20110.22Webb, GaryThe killing gameGary Webb had an inborn journalistic tendency to track down corruption and expose it. For over thirty-four years, he wrote stories about corruption from county, state, and federal levels. He had an almost magnetic effect to these kinds of stories, and it was almost as if the stories found him. It was his gift, and, ultimately, it was his downfall. He was best known for his story Dark Alliance, written for the San Jose Mercury News in 1996. In it Webb linked the CIA to the crack-cocaine epidemic in Los Angeles during the Iran Contra scandal. His only published book, Dark Alliance is still a classic of contemporary journalism. But his life consisted of much more than this one story, and The Killing Game is a collection of his best investigative stories from his beginning at the Kentucky Post to his end at the Sacramento News & Review. It includes Webb's series at the Kentucky Post on organized crime in the coal industry, at the Cleveland Plain Dealer on Ohio State's negligent medical board, and on the US military's funding of first-person shooter video games. The Killing Game is a dedication to his life's work outside of Dark Alliance, and it's an exhibition of investigative journalism in its truest form+-+478477830611ocn886542702file2014Schou, NickKill the messenger : how the CIA's crack-cocaine controversy destroyed journalist Gary WebbBiographyThe explosive story of the tragic death of Gary Webb, the controversial newspaper reporter who committed suicide in December 2004, and its connection to the CIA+-+6318183336+-+6318183336Thu Oct 16 15:09:44 EDT 2014batch10215