Elias Davidsson lives in Germany. He began his career as a computer programmer, a field in which he worked for 22 years. The deadly economic sanctions imposed on Iraq in the 1990s led Davidsson to examine the legality of such measures under international and human rights laws. His research was published in several law journals. From 2002 onwards, he engaged himself in the study of 9/11 and of other terrorist operations. His book, “Hijacking America’s Mind on 9/11,” was published in the US in 2013. Another book, dealing more generally with covert state operations, is scheduled to be released in Germany in this year.