Confession Of A CIA Interrogatorby Joseph B. Kelly
This is a nonfiction story covering 2 1/2 years of a CIA Contract Agent in Vietnam. It was the period when the Paris Peace Talks name was changed to the Paris Peace Accord to prevent the American people from learning that the United States had given up the fight to save the Vietnamese people from the Communist. It was a strange war where the citizen-soldiers of the United States never lost a battle but were defeated by the Communist lies told to their families at home.
The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) discovered the Communist Plan to move the North Vietnamese Army on selected routes to encircle the US Army and trap them in Saigon to create an American Dunkirk on the day the Paris Peace Accord was to take affect. It would prove to the world that the US Army had run from the battle field.
Mr. William Colby head of the CIA efforts in Vietnam was informed of the Communist Plan, and he along with a few patriots in the CIA developed a system to give the US Army time to leave Vietnam in a controlled military disengagement. This plan was so secret that no name was given to it and only the men who were fighting to save America from becoming a Communist State knew. Bill Colby used every tool available to him. One was a CIA Contract Agent Gilbert H. Moriggia, a CIA Interrogator, and another was the secret CIA Dai Phong Program. The basic plan was simple a matter of obtaining immediate intelligence and to destroy the communist (VC) in all junction of the North Vietnamese Army's transportation routes to Saigon.
This is the adventure story of how a CIA Contract Agent helped Bill Colby's give the US Army time to save themselves.
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