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Aug 2, 1975
Will real CIA agent please stand up? — Detroit Free Press
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Author(s): Chuck Stone
Source: Detroit Free Press
ONCE THE PANDORA'S BOX of unsubstantiated allegations is pried open, it no longer becomes a question of, "Is there one?" but rather, "Who is the one?" Alexander Butterfield seems to have rebutted reports that he was the CIA's man in the White House. But is it even logical to assume such a direct contact exists? It is, if you know anything about Washington bureaucratic infighting. Is one of President Ford's 43 assistants and special assistants in league with the CIA? A ...
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