Shocking Autobiography Published "Canada's Spies Attacked Me: A True Story of CSIS Terrorizing a Canadian Abroad"
Shocking New Book Published "Canada's Spies Attacked Me: A True Story of CSIS Terrorizing a Canadian Abroad"
Champaign, IL (PRWEB) April 23, 2006 -- Canada's Spies Attacked Me: A True Story of CSIS Terrorizing a Canadian Abroad is a autobiography about how the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) attacked the author, Mark Garzone, in America.
This occurred when his family was going to complain to the SIRC, the watchdog of CSIS. The story starts back in 1998 when his father Mario Garzone, a Croatian-Canadian, telephoned the Croatian Embassy in Canada asking for a list of publishers for a book he was writing on Nostradamus. He later faxed a sample of his writings as a gift to the Croatian Embassy. Either CSIS or the Canadian Security Establishment (CSE) monitored these contacts. Once being brought to the attention of Canada’s security establishment, his family was doomed. For you see, Canada and Britain fought a secret war against the Croatian military on behalf of the Serbs, when Canadian Peacekeepers went to the Balkans during the breakup of Yugoslavia in the early 1990’s. The book contains the Nostradamus writings that drove CSIS into a witch hunt frenzy. The book is available for purchase or free download at www.lulu.com.
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Mark Garzone was a computer system analyst for Solocup Company in Champaign-Urbana, USA for 5 years before CSIS came and attacked him to make him very ill. He graduated from the Simon Fraser University and has a master’s degree from University of Western Ontario.
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