Undercover: How I Went from Company Man to FBI Spy--And Exposed the Worst Healthcare Fraud in U.S. History

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While a great deal of this book is taken from actual court transcripts, notes, and personal interviews, some dialogue has been recreated from actual events. This should not be considered verbatim, but is my reasonable adaptation of the ideas being discussed.

To enhance the reader's experience I have added a Post Script written by health care reporter Mark Taylor. I believe it is important to elicit the opinions of those who lived through and observed the investigation and its impact. My goal was to present a fair, balanced, and objective range of commentary from a variety of perspectives in the words of those who witnessed these events, placing the investigation in a historic context. Some have never spoken publicly about the investigation or its effects on their lives and careers.

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