Escape from the CIA: how the CIA won and lost the most important KGB spy ever to defect to the U.S.
Colonel Vitaly Yurchenko was the most important KGB spy ever to defect to the U.S., so when he left Washington and returned to Moscow, the CIA lost a phenomenal intelligence source. Here emerges an account of alleged kidnapping, mind control and torment of a spy who betrayed his country only to be mistreated by the U.S. 8 pages of photographs.
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