December 1975
New Republic;12/6/75, Vol. 173 Issue 23, p5
The author reflects on the U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee's report on assassination plots against foreign leaders and the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation operations against Americans. The report depicts the U.S. role in efforts to kill Cuban leader Fidel Castro and in the assassinations of Prime Minister Patrice Lumumba of Zaire and ruler Rafael Trujillo of the Dominican Republic. The author wonders why the intelligence services treated these men including Martin Luther King as enemies.


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