Nebraska Authors

Kent Madsen

Born West Point, NE (USA)

From Amazon Author Profile:
Kent Madsen is a whistleblower and has an assumed name. Born and raised in West Point, Nebraska, a farmer, a machinist, a world-renowned engineer and artist, Kent left his third-generation home in order to protect himself from those who do not want this story told. Kent currently lives where he needs to and has had his identity stolen. He has been committed to telling the truth at any cost. His sacrifice has resulted in Snowballed.
January 2004 USA Today article titled "Nebraska family clashes over love, money and death," which led to uncovering one of the most diabolical cover-ups in the oracle's world. Snowballed is a personal David vs. Goliath narrative recounting this story of two men controlling the oracle stock, stolen identity, money laundering, federal corruption and murder, that led to massive illegalities within the company Berkshire Hathaway. All aided by law enforcement, courts and banks to perpetrate crimes against the common people with their deeply seated corruption. One local all-powerful corrupt family boss ruining the lives of people that get in his way and the evidence that leads back to men in high places. This chilling story ends with a senseless family boss murder involving 220,000 shares of the oracle stock, to this day, has been buried within the secrets of West Point, Nebraska. Snowballed is about one man on the run to make sure this story is told.

Author Of

  • Nonfiction

Keywords

Murder; conspiracy

Bibliography

Snowballed. 2016.

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