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Dean’s Brother


This is interesting, but I kind of find hard to believe. From a reader:

The government has to treat every civilian who died in the Indo-China theater of operations exactly the same, otherwise we will positively identify to enemy intelligence services exactly who our agents were. Even after 30 years, it could be harmful for us to freely confirm or deny the accuracy of the information that our enemies have learned about our intelligence services.


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