"I had always assumed, working for the CIA for so many years, that anything the White House wanted done was the law of the land."
-- wait -- aspparently ERIK HEDEGAARD/rolling stone cannot give credit to something or properly cite a quotation. The CBC, though, can:
" "I had always assumed, working for the CIA for so many years, that anything the White House wanted done was the law of the land," Hunt told People magazine for its May 20, 1974, issue."I viewed this like any other mission. It just happened to take place inside this country." "
"Hunt's White House duties included assassinations-related disinformation. In September 1971, Hunt forged and offered to a Life magazine reporter top-secret State Department cables designed to prove that President Kennedy had personally and specifically ordered the assassination of Ngo Dinh Diem and his brother Ngo Dinh Nhu."
how does this relate to the habbush letter Edit
it probably doesnt.
however, rumsfeld worked for... was it mitchell, or colson, or both. mitchell hired hunt... right?
im just saying. we lern how to act by watching other people act.
that kind of scares me,,, maybe i should quit my job. because i cant satnd how soe of the people there act.