With Ralph Schoenman and Mya Shone
Outing the Gentlemen Killers of the CIA
October 7, 2003
"The real face of the CIA is the man with the angle iron. The enforcer. The bottom line at the CIA is blackmail, the squeeze and killing.
"Like the mafia, it is a brotherhood where the 'case officers' - those slated to be covert agents - make their careers 'running' paid agents, subverting governments, carring out assassinations, instigating coups d'état, corrupting political parties and newspapers and if they climb high enough up the ladder, run major operations such as the infamous Phoenix program of political murder and execution in South Vietnam that was directed by William Colby."
These are "The Gentlemen Killers of the CIA" wrote Harrison Salisbury, the Pulitzer-prize winning New York Times journalist and author in the May 1975 issue of Penthouse Magazine.
While exposing the treacherous operations of the CIA, Ralph Schoenman and Mya Shone discuss the investigative work of those who revealed the identities of individual operatives.