Meet the Author: Local Attorney Bret Peace Talks ‘Actual Malice’
A True Story of Fake News, Institutional Corruption, Gary Condit, and Chandra Levy
Actual Malice was written by Peace with the assistance of Condit and his family and tells a story involving the type of compelling characters and bizarre plot twists usually found only in fiction. However, the events recounted in the book are not only true, but were so meticulously documented that it sends readers right back into the heart of the scandal.
WHERE: Point Loma Nazarene University
Fermanian School of Business
3900 Lomaland Drive,
San Diego, CA, 92106.
WHEN: Saturday, April 1, 2017
10 AM – 12PM
DETAILS: Attendees will receive autographed copy of “Actual Malice”
Coffee & Croissant Reception Provided
Tickets are $25
With a national conversation focused on how to identify “fake news,” this detailed account of a story that dominated the mainstream media headlines in 2001 will make you question everything you read and hear from even the most credible media, political, and law enforcement institutions.
About Bret Peace: Bret Peace is an attorney specializing in the representation of domestic and international clients involved in the development of a variety of complex energy, infrastructure, and real estate projects. He’s a graduate of Stanford University with an undergraduate degree in religious studies, and the University of Michigan Law School where he was the recipient of the school’s most prestigious academic scholarship, the Clarence Darrow Award.
About The City Club of San Diego: The City Club of San Diego is dedicated to the dialogue of democracy. That core belief was inherent in The City Club’s creation in 1975 and remains the organization’s fundamental principle. In faithful observance of that commitment, The City Club has presented more than 1,000 programs in the public interest.
About Independent Voter Project: The Independent Voter Project (IVP) is a 501(c)(4) nonprofit organization that seeks to re-engage nonpartisan voters and promotes nonpartisan election reform through initiatives, litigation, and voter education.