Intelligence analyst Laura Mansfield talked about Al Qaeda’s secret weapon, Rakan bin Williams. Here’s a hint: “Rakan” may not be a single person. And he–or they–may have blue eyes.
We also talked with Bob Melanson (see photo), the artist whose great tune “Cruisin’ 52” is the theme music for The Drive. And we touched base with Charles Euchner, author of Little League, Big Dreams, about his experiences at the Little League World Series in Williamsport over the weekend.
- Rakan Bin Williams Exposed: The Identity of Al Qaeda’s Secret Weapon by Laura Mansfield and Jill St. Clair
- Bob Melanson’s website at ArtistLaunch.com
- JFK Revisited: Laurence Livermore Scientists Challenge ‘Lone Gunman’ Theory