The Spy Who Was Left Behind With Author Michael Pullara
Mar 25, 2019 | 14:33 GMT
(Simon and Schuster)
Freddy Woodruff was a spy, a CIA station chief in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia. He was murdered in 1993 with a single bullet to his head. A young man was swiftly convicted. Case closed. Or was it? One man, a lawyer by training, spent years trying to discover what really happened. Enter the KGB, the CIA, the U.S. courts, and dozens of other minor — or major? — players in this complicated tale of espionage, cover ups, double crosses and all the elements that make up a thrilling, real-life whodunnit.
Author Michael Pullara speaks to Fred Burton in this episode of the Stratfor Podcast.
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