John Patrick Quirk
John Patrick Quirk
is the author of a number of books and articles on national security and intelligence, including the CIA Entrance Examination, The Intelligence Community and the FBI Entrance Examination.
is also the author of the best-selling, CIA
: A Photographic History.
has recently written articles for the ABA's
National Security Law Report: Latin America and the New US National Security Concerns and a a second article, New Targeting and Goals in National Security Matters.
Other recent articles include topics on Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty, French Foreign Policy, Banking Secrecy and the All European Intelligence Service.
has lived in Venezuela, France, Russia, Yugoslavia and Jordan.
has also testified before the House Intelligence Committee on KGB Matters
For several years he
taught a 14 week course on Intelligence and National Security at two universities and has lectured at the California Bar
on Corporate Espionage.
has lectured for several years on the World's
Intelligence Services at the Center for Diplomatique and Strategic Studies
in Paris and one year at the Diplomatic Academy of London
is a subject of a two books titled Betrayed, about his
work in Russia and Eastern Europe regarding the POW issue, and The Penafiles , how he
rescued a client from being indicted.
new writings include a book on Terror in Latin America and an article on Local Police Cooperation in Terrorism matters.
time between Florida and France.
has few peers as an investigator and intelligence expert in the corporate and business worlds.
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What People Say About John Patrick Quirk.
is a recognized authority on International intelligence agencies."
understands why we must protect our open society by secret operations."
"Quirk has a positive approach and is an expert on the inner workings of the FBI."
Los Angeles Times
was the only one to obtain the records and break the case."
"The KGB may rue the day it worked against Quirk
gathered much of the evidence in a 50 million dollar lawsuit."
& World Report
is the author of the closest thing to an official history of the CIA