The follow-up to Mazur’s New York Times bestselling memoir The Infiltrator, of which the movie version came out in 2016 starring Bryan Cranston as Mazur.
My Undercover Struggle With Deceit, Corruption & Death
by Robert Mazur
Amazon Publishing, Summer 2022
After the events of The Infiltrator, the story’s main character still wants more adrenaline. He’s come to realize the chase is like a drug for him when he’s recruited by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) to be the lead undercover agent in another dangerous two-year covert operation. The offer to Special Agent Robert Mazur is to infiltrate the corrupt financial networks of Panama and Colombia in order to become embedded as a money launderer within Colombia’s notorious Cali Drug Cartel. He couldn’t say “No” because this was likely his last chance to resume his obsession—an addicted desire to expose more international banks and businesses laundering money and power into the heart of the underworld.
Robert Mazur was a federal agent for 27 years. During 5 years of his law enforcement career he was a long-term undercover agent, operating in deep cover within the underworld as a high-level money launderer for senior members of Colombian drug cartels. He not only dealt directly with cartel leaders, but also functioned as their counduit to corrupt international bankers around the world. He is court-certified in both the U.S. and Canada as an expert in money laundering. Mr. Mazur has been a significant contributor to news and media outlets, including the New York Times, PBS, ABC and NBC. His first book, The Infiltrator (also available) was made into a feature film starring Bryan Cranston.