Escape from the CIA: how the CIA won and lost the most important KGB spy ever to defect to the U.S.

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Pocket Books, 1991 - Political Science - 210 pages
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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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