Conspiracy Investigations: Terrorism, Drugs and Gangs is written by retired Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Supervisory Special Agent Gregory D. Lee who was an instructor at the DEA's Office of Training at the FBI Academy and specialized in conspiracy investigations. His 30 years of criminal investigative experience provides the reader with a clear understanding of what a conspiracy is, how it is investigated and why it is such an important tool in dismantling entire criminal organizations. The book provides an overview of the most widely known terrorist organizations throughout the world, the major source countries responsible for illegal drugs found in America, and the most prolific criminal gangs operating in the country. It is a must read for criminal justice students and practitioners to understand how to deal with these three different criminal elements within their communities. Features include: The many advantages of making the crime of conspiracy the primary focus of a criminal investigation. Timely case law concerning conspiracy investigations. The techniques commonly used to develop and investigate conspiracy cases. Extra-judicial renditions that bring fugitives to American justice from anywhere in the world. Case studies concerning the events of September 11, 2001, a major international drug smuggling organization, and a gang related multiple homicide.Lee, Gregory D. is the author of 'Conspiracy Investigations Terrorism, Drugs And Gangs', published 2004 under ISBN 9780131172289 and ISBN 013117228X.