The Last Cowboy: The True Story Of One Of DEA's Most Decorated Undercover Agents
The Last Cowboy is the true story of an undercover agent with unconventional methods who became one of the most highly decorated agents in the history of the US Drug Enforcement Administration. At the heart of this story are the remarkable actions of the last of an aging breed of hard-charging, rough-riding agents who risked it all to protect the innocent, from his raucous beginnings as a street cop in Texas to $85 million undercover deals with the most deadly of all Mexican drug traffickers. The Last Cowboy culminates in the hunt for the terror cell that killed five Afghan CIA counterparts. Disobeying a direct order, the agent tackled a suicide bomber on the streets of Kabul, saving the lives of countless American soldiers and crushing the suicide bomber terror cell in the aftermath. This is the true, hard-hitting story of the last "cowboy" to serve with DEA.
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