Cuba's former head of counterintelligence FabiAn Escalante reviews the CIA's 630 plots to assassinate Fidel Castro, code-named "Executive Action." Although melodramatic and at times comical, these CIA plans were deadly serious-and unconstitutional-as subsequent US government inquiries discovered, including the 1975 Senate Commission headed by Senator Church. Published as part of the "Secret War" series written by FabiAn Escalante.
|Paperback Book, 275 pages||Spanish|
|Ocean Press (AU) (Jun. 1st, 2006)||Unknown|
|9781920888558||5.58 x 8.46 x 0.73 inches|
|General Latin American History|