Please note: This is a companion version & not the original book.
Sample Book Insights:
#1 The arrival of LAN-Chile Airlines flight 142 from Santiago was announced. Minutes later, a tall, fair-haired man in his thirties handed his passport to a U. S. Immigration official. The immigration official matched the traveler’s name with a listing in the lookout book, and arrested him.
#2 The traveler, who was actually named Michael Townley, met with Captain Fernández, who was actually named Armando Fáundez Lyon. They discussed Orlando Letelier’s daily movements in Washington and the Maryland suburb where he lived.
#3 Townley met with Virgilio Paz, a member of the Cuban exile community in Jersey, and his wife, Idania. He then drove to Union City, where he met with Guillermo Novo Sampol, another member of the Cuban exile community.
#4 On September 10, 1976, Michael Townley met with two Cuban men in their late thirties at the Cuatro Estrellas Restaurant in Union City. He outlined his DINA mission to assassinate Letelier, and requested the Cuban Nationalist Movement’s assistance.