ISBN: 978-1-936332-46-5
ePub: 978-1-936332-47-2
6 x 9, 390 pgs, trade paper, $24.95
BISAC: POL040020; POL014000; BIO026000

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Truth Never Dies

A government large enough to grant you everything you want,
is big enough to take it all away.
— Gerald Ford, former US President


A lobbyist for some 40 years, Dr. William Chasey, an academic who had found his niche in the political labyrinth of Capitol Hill, was known as a man of his word who made things happen. He had a long list of prestigious clients, and enjoyed extraordinary access to all members of the US Congress, assembling one of the most powerful networks on the Hill. His integrity was never questioned.

Hired to forge communications between Libya and the US Congress, a trip he took with a US Congressman to Tripoli for discussions with then Libyan leader Muammar Qadhafi, forever changed Chasey’s life.

Upon his return, his bank accounts were frozen, clients had been strongly discouraged from working with him; even his close friends had been advised not to take his calls. Then, things got even worse: The CIA, FBI, IRS and Federal Judiciary attempted to coerce him into using his unique Libyan access to participate in a CIA-sponsored assassination plot of the two Libyans indicted for the bombing of Pan Am flight 103. Chasey’s refusal to cooperate with the CIA resulted in the destruction of his reputation, a six-year FBI investigation and sting operation, financial ruin, criminal charges, and incarceration in federal prison.


A chilling narrative about the abuses of state power. Intriguing! Compelling. Important. —Michael Reagan, Radio Host, Author, Commentator and Political Strategist

An unprecedented first hand look into the chilling world of Libyan Leader Muammar Qadhafi by the man who risked it all to resolve the dispute between the United States and Libya over the Lockerbie bombing. This is sure to be an unforgettable motion picture. —Peter Tomaszewicz, Producer, Truth Never Dies

Intensely personal and perceptive. You'll never forget this book nor the up-and-coming film. —Donal Bailey, President, Forrest Motion Pictures, London


William C. Chasey was a leading Washington, D.C. lobbyist from 1975–1998. He is an educator, author, research scientist, inventor, and served as a senior campaign advisor to President Ronald Reagan. Currently he is the Founder and President of the Foundation for Corporate Social Responsibility in Warsaw, Poland.