Did Richard Helms Commit Perjury?

Halperin, Morton H.
March 1976
New Republic;3/6/76, Vol. 174 Issue 10, p14
Focuses on the accusations made against Richard Helms, former director of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), regarding the perjury committed by him before the U.S. Congress. Evidence presented by Director of Central Intelligence William Colby to Deputy Attorney General Laurence Silberman against Helms; Details of the testimony made by Helms before the U.S. Foreign Relations Committee; Questions asked to Helms during his testimony on the U.S. intervention in Chile, CIA domestic surveillance and the CIA's role in Watergate scandal.


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