International Security Consultant Mark Fallon

Mark Fallon, former NCIS Deputy Assistant Director and leading authority on terrorism, joins Between the Lines to talk about his three-decade career, his book Unjustifiable Means, and his current role in the private sector.

Fallon, who worked with the JTTF and led the DOD al-Qaeda task force, discusses the tortuous and abusive interrogation techniques that were being employed after 9/11 and how he spoke up for reform. Facing enormous headwinds, he continues to advocate for human rights compliant, evidence-based methods of interview and interrogation which stay true to the Constitution and elicit accurate and reliable information.

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Mark Fallon is an international security specialist, author and keynote speaker on combating terrorism, violent extremism, counterintelligence, criminal investigations, and interviewing strategies to obtain accurate and reliable information. He is a leading authority on terrorism and international security matters.

Mark is the author of Unjustifiable Means — The Inside Story of How the CIA, Pentagon, and US Government Conspired to Torture, published on October 24, 2017 by Regan Arts, LLC, – a Phaidon Global Company. The book highlights some important events in Marks career as an NCIS special agent and is the inside story of the leadership challenges he faced trying to bring terrorists to justice, while protecting their rights and adhering to his oath to protect and defend the Constitution.

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