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Raleigh Metro MagazineAnswered many lingering questions lying around the JFK assassination landscape.
— Bernie Reeves
Posted August 10, 2010
This book gives a rare insight into the operation of the (previous) Communist countries' intelligence and counter-intelligence services, as described by a former very high-ranking officer in Romania's ingelligence apparatus (the officer defected to the West). Using the Kennedy assassination as an example, he details and carefully analyzes the relationship between the KGB and the so-called "iron curtain" intelligence services, which were subservient to and controlled by the KGB.
The author presents a very interesting and educational description of the "sleeper agents" placed in Western countries by the Communist bloc intelligence services.
This book is highly recommended for those who want to gain a fresh perspective on the Kennedy assassination, as written by the highest ranking Soviet bloc intelligence officer ever to defect to the West.