Author Anita E. Belle is the former attorney who represented plaintiffs suing the CIA for its participation in a civil conspiracy to import illegal drugs into America's segregated black communities. She is the descendant of African captives of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade. Her DNA traces back to the Ethiopian Jews and the Sephardic Jews.
Belle currently lives in Detroit, Michigan, USA. She graduated from Detroit's Henry Ford High School, obtained her Bachelor of Science degree from Detroit's Wayne State University, and obtained her Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Florida in Gainesville.
Belle's "immediate" family consists of a son and daughter-in-law whose blended family totals six grandchildren. Both of her parents are still living. She also has a sister, niece, and nephew who live in Brooklyn, NY.
Revealing Mistaken Identities presents the War on Drugs from the perspective of the black woman who was the attorney for 7 of the 8 cases that sued the CIA for its role in distributing imported illegal drugs into America's segregated black neighborhoods. This book reveals the CIA's motive for drugging black communities, that is, to cover up that certain African-Americans are biological Jews.