White House Gatecrashers to Pen Book About Security Breach

Tareq and Michaele Salahi (AP)

Tareq and Michaele Salahi (AP)

White House gatecrashers Michaele and Tareq Salahi are penning a book about the security breach that sparked a national furor. 

They've teamed up with investigative reporter Diane Dimond for a tome they say will lay out "behind-the-scenes" details of the November 2009 night when they bamboozled the Secret Service and got into a state dinner for India's prime minister. 

Dimond, who once covered the White House, said the book -- being shopped with agent Sharlene Martin -- will also "reveal the truth . . . of who the Salahis really are . . . It just never added up to me that someone could sneak in -- past the [security] perimeter, no less! . . . As I began to investigate, I realized the Salahis' story is much bigger than what's been reported." Dimond said the tale has "genuine intrigue" with twists that "can be traced right back to the White House."

Click here to read the full report from the New York Post.