A Handbook For Informers
by Jack Luger
Every day in the USA, there are more laws and
more law-breakers, and more people willing to pay cash to find
law-breakers. Federal, state and local governments; business and
citizen groups; private detectives and insurance agencies -- all
pay quick cash for the right information.
In fact, you can become a professional informer,
developing information for a living, if you know how. The IRS
pays out a percentage of taxes collected from tips. The DEA hands
over money seized from drug dealers. And the federal government
will pay up to hundreds of thousands of dollars for advance notice
of an assassination attempt!
In Snitch: A Handbook for Informers, Jack Luger
tells you what information is valuable, how to gather it, and
how to sell it. He shows you how to snitch and collect completely
anonymously. He details how crooks negotiate their way out of
prison sentences, how cops treat informers, and how to keep from
being finked-out yourself.
If you are looking for an unconventional way
to make money, get Snitch: A Handbook for Informers. Because the
dirt you dig up could be paydirt.
5 1/2 x 8 1/2 149 pages