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September 26, 2006


Morgan D. Jones

I am a former CIA officer, now retired. The foremost problem with political assassination is the same with any covert political action: one can't reliably predict what effect the action, in this case assassination, will have on future developments. One can speculate--and of course one can always find positive effects--and hope,but in the end it's a crap shoot, which is not the way foreign policy should be conducted by any nation.

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