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The Newsbreaker
Larry Garrison

A Behind the Scenes Look at the News Media and Never Before Told Details about Some of the Decade's Biggest Stories

Nelson Current
September 2006
On Sale: September 12, 2006
256 pages
ISBN: 1595550585
EAN: 9781595550583
Hardcover
$24.99
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For twenty-five years, Larry Garrison has been a news broker, operating within the secret side of the news, finding and releasing some of the most sensational stories of the last couple decades. Now, in this riveting account of the news behind the news, Garrison lets readers in on how such headlining stories are found, manipulated, and released to the public, blowing the whistle on the news media, and divulging what really happens when all of the major news agencies compete to report the same top stories. Garrison goes inside some of his biggest cases, providing never-before-released info on the Terri Schiavo case, Michael Jackson, TWA Flight 800, 9/11, the Oklahoma bombing, Andrew Cunanan and the murder of Versace, Jon Benet Ramsey, the Robert Blake murder case, Mary Kay Letourneau, and many, many more. Gutsy and gritty, Larry has uncovered and been exposed to facts of some of the biggest headlines of our times. And now, in The NewsBreaker, he finally tells the story behind the headlines, how news is made and reported, and why the networks wouldn't, or couldn't, give the full story on some of the most important news events of our time.

Media Buzz

Today - September 12, 2006
Good Morning America - September 7, 2006
Larry King Live - August 29, 2006
Entertainment Tonight - August 24, 2006

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