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Off Topic => Off Topic => Topic started by: Thomas Graves on January 14, 2020, 10:55:52 AM

Title: Was Bagley's "Helper," Russia-Born George Kisevalter, a KGB Mole?
Post by: Thomas Graves on January 14, 2020, 10:55:52 AM
Was George Kisevalter a mole, or just a really, really gullible and un-observant CIA "handler"?

Even his biographer, Clarence Ashley, and David Wise, the author of Molehunt, suggest that he may have been the former.

(to be continued ...)

--  MWT  ;)
Title: Re: Was Bagley's "Helper," Russia-Born George Kisevalter, a KGB Mole?
Post by: Thomas Graves on January 19, 2020, 08:50:08 PM
It's interesting that "useful idiot" (or worse) Tom Mangold quotes Kissevalter so often in his propagandistic book, Cold Warrior.

Kisevalter had such a distinctive way of speaking, even when Mangold doesn't name him I know he's where many of the quotes came from.

That and the fact that Kisevalter contradicted Tennent H. Bagley to an such a large degree, and that's evidently what Mangold was looking for.

--  MWT   ;)