‘Ferghanistan: The War on Police’ excelling
November 26, 2015 - Kindle Unlimited
BARNHART, Mo. – Former Rep. Jeff Roorda’s book launched 3 weeks ago and has perceived intense reviews in palm with clever sales.
The book, Ferghanistan: The War on Police, is epitomised by Roorda as the “untold story of Ferguson, Missouri.”
“Sales have been brisk,” pronounced Roorda. “Just final week, we was during a military discussion in Florida where many books were also sold.”
Roorda, and now a book, have taken a argumentative purpose in a ongoing discourse to emerge out of a genocide of Michael Brown final August, as Roorda entered a spotlight as the spokesman for a Fraternal Order of Police in St. Louis. Roorda is also a late military officer.
The book includes disdainful interviews with Officer Darren Wilson, as good as interviews with 3 other Ferguson-involved military officers who were shot themselves in a issue of Brown’s death.
“I gave Darren Wilson a check only final week; he was really appreciative,” Roorda said.
Overall, reviewers are gratified with a book, that has a 4.5 star rating, and how it shines another light on a conditions that has prisoner a nation’s attention.
Reviewers were discerning to praise a book as well-written and good for anyone meddlesome in a altogether situation.
“Jeff Roorda creates a absolute evidence for law enforcement, who have been unjustly vilified given a ‘hands up, don’t shoot’ distortion swept a nation. Highly endorsed for those who are meddlesome in law and probity AND for those who exclude to accept a vindication of Darren Wilson,” wrote Teresa, another reviewer.
Roorda is stability his media appearances in and with a book and is slated to seem with FOX News’ Megyn Kelly Wednesday night to plead a sharpened in Chicago.
“It’s a good event for a book to get some-more publicity,” pronounced Roorda. “It’s exciting, it’s a opposite knowledge and not during all what you’d design as we go by a process.
Roorda will be behind in Missouri’s collateral city this weekend for a book signing, that will be during a Fraternal Order of Police, 715 Jefferson Street, on Saturday, Nov 28 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.