Wen Ho Lee, a patriotic American scientist
born in Taiwan, devoted most of his life to science and to helping improve U.S.
defense capabilities at the Los Alamos National Laboratory. Then, in January of
1999, everything changed and he was accused of espionage by members of Congress
and portrayed as the most dangerous traitor since the Rosenbergs. He was even
told that their fate—execution—might well be his own. Now for the first time
Dr. Wen Ho Lee chronicles his experiences before, during, and after his
imprisonment. He takes you inside Los Alamos, describes the false charges
leveled against him, and tells how his career and life were threatened and his
civil rights taken away. A riveting true story about prejudice, suspicion, and
courage, My Country versus Me is a
vitally important book for our time. Download and start listening now!