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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Then, with Keats present, Barcella turned them over to a CIA emissary. 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."
Keats said that Wilson hadn't been able to get a flight out of Tripoli and would not
be in until the following afternoon. "Hell," Barcella snapped, "that means we can't
get started till Thursday," and Reats said, "Come on, Larry, how sore can you ...
... 281 Jenkins, Carl, 65 ewish Defense League, 1 10 Jones, Jimmy, 71-72
Justice Department, U.S.: CIA and, 99-100 foreign agents registration section of,
4-5, 85-86 Kanuni, Ibrahim el-, 62-63, 92, 98 Keats, John, 177-82, 188, 192, 194.
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