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When attorney John Rizzo began his first day of work at the CIA in 1976, he could not have known what stress awaited him. For the next thirty-four years, he witnessed and participated in events including, but not limited to Iran-Contra, the Valerie Plame scandal, "enhanced" post-9/11 interrogations, espionage prosecutions, defectors, and drone attacks. As one early reviewer noted, "When the CIA was in trouble, big troubled, it called John. Rizzo knows where the bodies are buried because he helped stash them. Company Man reads like the CIA's conscience." Headline worthy and well-written; editor's recommendation.