Elimination Theory : the secret covert networks of Project Coast
T.J. ByronISBN: 1413727964;
Book DescriptionUnder apartheid, South Africa?s white minority regime felt threatened from within and outside its borders. The survival of the state was paramount in the minds of politicians and especially the military. Both shared a common belief that the country was at war, a total war which required a total response. To this end, a nuclear program was initiated in 1970 and the arms industry grew to a considerably large size. The leaders of the country decided to include chemical and biological weapons in their extensive arsenal, if only so that the military would have at its disposal a full range of a so-called range of unconventional weapons. The chemical and biological warfare program, code-named ?Coast,? started in 1981 and officially ended in 1995, but that is still to be seen. Elimination Theory is the true story of my involvement as an informant/agent for the FBI, South African Intelligence, and the CIA during Project Coast and its networks in both the...
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