For me, this is kind of a foggy memory.
In my mind’s eye the scene is straight out of Act 1 Scene 1 – Macbeth – its almost as if I can see wisps of swirling low level clouds. Somewhere off stage there must be three witches chanting “double, double. Toil and trouble”
Seriously, I remember him taking me aside and in hushed tones telling me that Phillip Agee had written a book called “The CIA Diary”.
And that he had be outed. I don’t know if he used the work “outed”, but seems to me it was that or a similar word. He didn’t seem upset, I think he was more disgusted that his time in Santo Domingo was coming to an end – and I think he really had much more he wanted to accomplish there. He accepted the hand he was dealt but he was going to play it very close to the vest.