December 12, 2009
Chapter 20: Fact Finding and Forgetting
The Doolittle Committee members interview key figures involved in covert policy, make their recommendations and try to have no record or memory of their work. Included here are details of my interviews with Morris Hadley and William Franke. The report’s most significant recommendation: The CIA should become “more ruthless” than the enemy and “no one should stand in the way of this mission.” The entire report is included as an addendum in the back of the book.