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Goddard, Donald with Coleman, Lester K. Signed by the author COLEMAN
Trail of the Octopus: From Beirut to Lockerbie - Inside the DIA Pan Am 103
LONDON, 1993 Published by BCA/BLOOMSBURY PUBLISHING Edition: 1st THUS Binding: HARD BACK black Jacket: CREASED DJ Size: 6X9 326 Pages ISBN: 074751562X Overall Condition is: VERY GOOD Signed by the author, When a liar looks in the mirror & sees a liar-he assumes a truth-teller s lying too? The same goes for governments! Lester K. Coleman October 2006 ,monochrome photographs; Clean tight copy; Boards sl. shelfworn at bottom edge; slightly damaged; remainder stamp to title page but only damage visible is thinned patch to free front endpaper; neat initials in ink to back pastedown; unclipped, pictorial dustjacket; covers sl rubbed at edges and corners, with laminate just behinning to life at edges; head of spine nicked and rubbed, creases to bottom outer edges both foldovers, in 1988; Pan Am Flight 103 was downed by a terrorist bomb over Lockerbie, Scotland, killing 270 people; In January 2001; a three judge panel sitting under the auspices of the High Couth of Justiciarty at Camp Zeist in the Netherlands found Abdelbaset Ali Mohamed al Megrahi guilty of murder; the second defendant; Al Amin Khalifa Fhimah, was acquitted on all charges; in this controversial book; however, Lester Coleman who was an agent with America's ultra-defensive Defense Intelligence Agency in the Middle East; dared to contradict the U.S. government's line that Libya was entirely responsible for the Lockerbie disaster. He described a dangerous web of connections between the western Drug Enforcement Administration and Middle East organizations and specifically about DEA arrangements for controlled delivery … [Click Below for Full Description]
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