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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It contained interviews with William Weisenburger about the timers he had
obtained, noting that he was an employee of ... and an interview with the
president of Scientific Communications about the thousand timers he had
supplied to Wilson.
He asked Bruce to pull together the many disparate elements of the case — the
FBI interviews, the BATF interviews, interviews conducted by the U.S. Attorney's
Office, grand jury testimony, whatever information had been derived from the CIA
In one of the interviews with Shackley, Dick Pedersen couldn't restrain himself. "
How could you have had anything to do with Wilson after you knew what he was
doing?" he said, and he would remember that Shackley just looked away.
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