Cuban agents are not just low-level hot-dog venders and lawn caretakers who happen to live and work near American military bases, reporting on the comings and goings of American ships and planes . . . — Scott Carmichael, DIA (on his view of DGI penetration of the U.S. government)
I believe that the Cuban Intelligence Service has penetrated the United States government to the same extent that the old East German intelligence service, the Stasi, once penetrated the West German government during the Cold War.
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