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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He also said he knew that Inman was having some budgetary problems. If Inman
backed him, he'd get all the congressional money Naval Intelligence needed.
Inman was outraged by the proposal and Nielsen's worst fears were realized.
In Houston, Pedersen and Wadsworth interviewed several participants who
recalled the storing and then the difficulty in loading hundreds of five-gallon cans
aboard a DC-8, but to a man they claimed that as far as they knew, the cans had
... when he was with the agency, and that was why he had gone in there when
Frank Terpil popped up. To do a little business and gather some intelligence. The
common denominator I had found mentioned by everyone who knew Wilson ...
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