Peter Lance is a five-time Emmy-winning investigative reporter now working as a screenwriter and novelist. With a Masters Degree from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and a J.D. from Fordham University School of Law, Lance spent the first 15 years of his career as a print reporter and network correspondent. In 1981 Lance became Investigative Correspondent for ABC News. Lance was a member of the first American crew into Indochina after the end of the Vietnam War, he chased rebel insurgents through Laos and members of the Gambino Family through the toxic wastelands of New Jersey, he tracked knife-happy surgeons in the Deep South, and nuclear terrorists through the twisted streets of Antwerp.
Then, in 1987, he took a break from non-fiction. Lance came to L.A. and began working as a writer and story editor for Michael Mann on two of his acclaimed series: Crime Story and Miami Vice. In 1989 he became the co-executive producer and "show runner" on the fourth season of Wiseguy and in 1993 he co-created Missing Persons. Following the 9/11 attacks Lance began investigating the origins of the FBI's original probe of World Trade Center bomber Ramzi Ahmed Yousef.
In the first half, investigative reporter Peter Lance shared his analysis of recent shootings in the US, as well as candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. He also followed up on some of his previous investigations into terror suspects, Mob members, and FBI investigations.
In the first half, investigative reporter Peter Lance along with John A. Gotti, the son of the infamous mob boss, discussed the true story behind the Gotti crime family and how Gotti's attempts to leave the mob life and raise a normal family were repeatedly hindered by... More »
In the first half, investigative reporter Peter Lance discussed his forthcoming book Deal With the Devil, which details how mafia capo Gregory Scarpa Sr., known as "The Killing Machine," served as an FBI... More »
Journalist Peter Lance discussed the the Blind Sheikh, terrorism, and the connections to what is currently going on in Egypt and the Middle East. The leader of an al-Qaeda cell, Omar Abdel Rahman, known as the Blind Sheikh, is an Egyptian who is now jailed for life in a U.S. prison. Convicted of seditious conspiracy, he was... More »
George Knapp was joined by investigative reporter Peter Lance for a discussion of how America's intelligence services have fumbled in the pursuit of terrorists. The FBI and and the U.S. Attorney's Office were more interested in bringing down the Mob than dealing with terrorism, he said.
Appearing during the first three hours, investigative reporter Peter Lance presented a look at current threats from al Qaeda and the Taliban and just how far the FBI and other intelligence agencies have come in protecting America seven and a half years since 9-11.
Alien abductee Jim Sparks shared more of his experiences with the Grays. Unlike many other abductees, he says he has 95% conscious recall of these events which occurred to him frequently over an 18-year period.
Filling in for Art Bell, Ian Punnett welcomed technology and privacy expert Lauren Weinstein, who discussed a recent government audit that revealed spying violations committed by the FBI under the auspices of the Patriot Act.
Reporter and editor of Earthfiles.com, Linda Moulton Howe spoke on a variety of topics including the U.S. plan getting to the Moon, Mallard Ducks dying in Idaho, underwater structures discovered off the coast of Cuba and the melting of the Earth's polar ice caps.
Investigative journalist Peter Lance discussed Iran's nuclear ambitions, the U.S. government's Able Danger program, TWA 800 cover-up, and how the murder indictment of a former FBI supervisory special agent could re-open the 9-11 investigation.
Specializing in research on star kids and star-seeded adults, psychologist Dr. Richard Boylan returned to the show to share recent developments in star nations' (ETs) communications with Planet Earth. In March of 2006, he claimed he received telepathic information from representatives of the star nations outlining a history of meetings with delegates from the US, Russia, China and Europe.... More »
Investigative reporter Peter Lance discussed his book, Cover Up, which maintains the U.S. government has been covering up its own counterterrorism/intelligence failures since the mid-1990s. Lance began his presentation by discussing Ahmed Amin Refai, an alleged al Qaeda mole who worked as an accountant for the New York Fire Department.
Expert in ancient manuscripts, Glenn Kimball, discussed the origin as well as the stories and dire prophecies of The Kolbrin, an anthology of ancient wisdom books found in the Glastonbury Abbey during the 12th century. The documents were written during the intertestamental period, Kimball explained, and its final form was intact by the beginning of the second century A.D.
Investigative reporter Peter Lance returned to present evidence that the U.S. Government has been covering up its own counterterrorism failures since the mid-90s. Recently, it was revealed that a small highly classified military program code-named Able Danger had uncovered the name of Mohamed Atta as a terrorist a full year before the 2001 attack that he allegedly masterminded. Information... More »
Investigative reporter Peter Lance returned to share his research and analysis on terrorism and war. In regards to the recent London bombings, he commented that "we're seeing the strength and resiliency of al Qaeda." Since the war, Iraq has now become a hotbed for al Qaeda training camps, he noted.
Investigative reporter Peter Lance returned to the show on the 10th anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing to share information about that case, as well as material he has uncovered about the 9-11 attacks. One of his central findings is that Ramzi Yousef was the architect of the 9-11 plot, hatching it in the Philippines in 1994.
Investigative reporter Peter Lance shared his detailed research on the events leading up to 9-11, dating back to 1989. Because of all the warnings and ignored evidence, he believes the last three administrations are at a minimum guilty of "criminal negligence." He placed the blame on individuals and accountability rather... More »