Robert I. Friedman
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Robert I Friedman (November 29, 1950 – July 2, 2002) was an American investigative journalist.
In 1993, Friedman castigated the FBI for ignoring information it had developed on the Muslim extremists behind the first bombing of the World Trade Center. Robert is probably best known for his writings about violence-prone Jewish fundamentalists and the book “Red Mafiya” about a Jewish criminal organization.
His reporting provoked lawsuits and death threats throughout his career.
Robert I. Friedman died on July 2, 2002 in Manhattan at the age of 51.
Books by Robert I Friedman
- (1990): The False Prophet Rabbi Meir Kahane, From FBI Informant To Knesset Member. Published by Lawrence Hill, Brooklyn, NY, ISBN 1556520786
- (1992): Zealots for Zion. Inside Israels West Bank Settlement Movement. Published by Random House, New York. ISBN 0394580532
- (2000): Red Mafiya: How the Russian Mob Has Invaded America Published by Little, Brown and Company, Boston, New York, London ISBN 0316294748
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