Kurt St. Angelo, J.D. is an alumni of the University of Lund, Sweden (1977), Pomona College (1978), the Robert H. McKinney School of Law (1986), Toastmasters International (1999) and Nicotine Anonymous (1994). He has written (or co-written) a dozen screenplays, and BUSTED - A Whistleblower's Guide to the War on Drugs is his second self-published book. It is a very good thing that this former Indianapolis appellate attorney, Libertarian Party activist and small business owner never practiced criminal law. He would have been completely incompetent at it. Like virtually all graduates from American law schools, he graduated certifiably incapable of defending clients against the war on drugs. After all, to defend clients from the fraudulent drug war, one would have to first know that the war is a fraud. BUSTED - A Whistleblower's Guide to the War on Drugs shows how America's drug statutes secure people's natural and administrative rights, but that these statutes are misunderstood, misrepresented to the public and thus falsely enforced. This book, which is a must read for all criminal attorneys, government officials and law students, shares Kurt's essential knowledge of criminal law, legislative and subject matter jurisdiction, the separation of powers doctrine, U.S. citizenship, and the natural law jurisdiction of American constitutions, which are all part and parcel of America's very special republican form of government.