Random House, 1986 - 301 sidor
Traces the heroic efforts of a young Assistant U.S. Attorney to organize a case against, and engineer the capture of, renegade CIA agent Edwin Wilson, whose machinations reached far into the intelligence establishment
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Langley, he ranted to his aide John Ehrlichman, was "forty thousand people
reading newspapers." James Schlesinger, then the assistant head of the Office of
Management and Budget, was ordered to examine the CIA from top to bottom.
The local CIA station chief found out about this and had Loomis transferred back
to Langley. He was told that the worst he could expect was a reprimand — until
Woodward's article appeared and Admiral Turner fired him along with William ...
A few days later, Barcella called Reats and said, "Langley says they're worthless.
They don't go boom. That's a quote." "Shit," Reats said, "let me see what I can do."
Almost at once Reats was back on the phone to Barcella. "Ed tells me he's ...
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