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Project by Judicial Watch founder takes home honors
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“Whores: Why and How I Came to Fight the Establishment” by author Larry Klayman has been honored as a finalist in the autobiography/memoirs category of the International Book Awards.
Klayman, who founded Judicial Watch as well as Freedom Watch USA, told WND he is pleased with the interest in his work.
A complete list of the winners can be found at the International Book Awards website, a project of JPX Media, which sponsors the competition, described as one of the largest mainstream book award competitions in the U.S.
In a review of the book, Judith Reisman, a former principal investigator for the U.S. Department of Justice, Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention study of child sexual abuse and crimes suborned by “soft” pornography, called it a “gotta-read, sizzlingly inspirational book!”
Klayman’s national distributor is Midpoint Trade Books. Its president, Eric Kampmann, says:
“With confidence in Washington plummeting, here comes Larry Klayman with an explosive expose of corruption at the highest levels and in all branches of our federal government. Klayman names names and pulls no punches. It is no secret that Larry Klayman is feared and hated in Washington, which is why the reading public will love him.”
Klayman famously challenged then-President and First Lady Bill and Hillary Clinton, exposing Chinagate and Filegate, and is described as “the only lawyer ever to have obtained a court ruling that a standing U.S. president committed a crime.”
Klayman’s publicity states that “WHORES” clarifies major issues of controversy:
Klayman previously told C-SPAN’s Bill Scanlan, “Most people who write about Washington in the media don’t really understand what goes on under the surface. I’ve unfortunately learned the seedy underbelly of Washington.”
Video of the full interview can be seen below:
Klayman is still known in Washington as the biggest enemy of the city’s elite. His battles against corruption in the Clinton administration became so well-known that a character in the hit TV series “West Wing” was based on him, Harry Klaypool.
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