Author of The Dixie Cup Assassin Stops By

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Updated: 7/20/2012 2:44 pm Published: 7/19/2012 2:51 pm

Jerry Bohnen is an Oklahoma City native working in the broadcasting business for 41 years. His time as New Director for KTOK Radio introduced him to many interesting stories, but one stood out more than the rest -- the story of one of the FBI’s longest serving informants nationally. Bohnen's book "The Dixie Cup Assassin" follows the story of M.H., a hired assassin for the FBI. He also worked undercover for the IRS then did contract work for the CIA, carrying out European searches for hidden Nazi gold before he became a hired assassin in 2002 in the war on terror. However, his assassinations were carried out in Mexico, the U.S. and Canada and not in Afghanistan, Iraq or parts of the Middle East. M.H. is a man who has served three federal prison terms. He’s a Korean war veteran and at one time managed the largest holding of apartment complexes in Oklahoma City and Tulsa.

The Dixie Cup Assassin Book Signing
July 21 2-4 p.m. at The Book Place

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