Executive Action: 634 Ways to Kill Fidel Castro by Fabian EscalanteExecutive Action: 634 Ways to Kill Fidel Castro by Fabian Escalante

Executive Action: 634 Ways to Kill Fidel Castro

byFabian Escalante

Paperback | September 1, 2006

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Escalante's review of CIA covert operations against Cuba in the early years is to be welcomed, and should be widely read-and pondered."-Noam ChomskyA unique view presented by the man responsible for countering innumerable assassination attempts against the Cuban leader. As Cuba's former counterintelligence chief, Fabian Escalante reviews more than six hundred CIA plots to assassinate Fidel Castro, a project code-named "Executive Action." Although melodramatic and at times quite comical, these CIA plans were deadly serious-and -unconstitutional-as subsequent US government inquiries concluded, including the 1975 commission headed by Senator Frank Church.This book is the basis of a forthcoming Channel 4 (UK) documentary about attempts to assassinate Fidel Castro.Published as part of the Secret War series. "
Fabian Escalante was born in Havana and at a young age became active in the underground movement against the Batista dictatorship. A former head of Cuban counterintelligence, he is internationally regarded as Cuba's foremost authority on US covert operations against Cuba and assassination plots against Fidel Castro. He also directed Cu...
Title:Executive Action: 634 Ways to Kill Fidel CastroFormat:PaperbackDimensions:232 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.6 inPublished:September 1, 2006Publisher:Ocean PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1920888721

ISBN - 13:9781920888725