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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smuggling in inflammatory leaflets and posters denouncing the colonel. They had
to be eliminated as an object lesson. Wilson had just the man for it, forty-six-year-
old Eugene Tafoya, one of the Green Berets at the Bengazi instruction camp.
In late September, Tafoya left Libya, heading for Fort Collins, Colorado, and the
Zagallais. Both Faisal and Farida, in their early thirties, were working on
doctorates in sociology. They had been ardent supporters of Qaddafi until he
issued a ...
He had allowed Tafoya to bring in his wife because he feared that one or both
might have been identified by Zagallai. Now the wife was complaining bitterly
about living conditions in an unheated cottage they were occupying by the sea.
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