Thursday, October 13, 2005

Brilliant Young Analyst Publishes Groundbreaking Work on Iraq

Washington DC (PRWEB) October 13, 2005 -- Ryan Mauro, North Americas youngest hired Geopolitical Analyst, publishes work on Iraq with the release of “Death to America: The Unreported Battle of Iraq” and is invited to speak about open-source intelligence at this year's Intelligence Summit in Washington DC, www.IntelligenceSummit.org.

"Death to America: The Unreported Battle of Iraq" is an extensive open-source research project coupled with input from his own sources. He discusses pre-war intelligence related to Saddam Hussein's dealings with terrorist groups and Iraqi weapons of mass destruction and their subsequent movement into other countries. It also discusses the betrayals of key "allies" of the United States and how the Iraqi insurgency manages to survive due to foreign support.

Mr. Mauro’s book is available online through Publish America at their website: http://www.publishamerica.com/shopping/shopdisplayproducts.asp?catalogid=11003

Mr. Mauro is 19-years-old and was hired at age 16 by Tactical Defense Concepts for his open-source geopolitical research, where his work was often passed along to intelligence and law enforcement agencies. The group specializes in maritime-related security preparation. He conducted open-source projects on terrorist and geopolitical threats to shipping.Mr. Mauro is also a volunteer analyst for the Northeast Intelligence Network, which investigates reports of terrorism-related incidents and collects and analyzes exclusive information from independent sources and radical Islamic web communication.

He also runs his own web site, WorldThreats.com.Mr. Mauro was an assistant editor for the book, "The Forgotten Minorities of Eastern Europe" published in Finland.In 2005, he became the assistant-editor for GlobalPolitician.com and became a researcher for the Reform Party of Syria.He is currently signed to the William Morris Agency.

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