A Brief History of Seven Killings - Shadow Dancin’ p. 314-362 Summary & Analysis

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Diflorino and his family are leaving Jamaica for Argentina in one week. He seems surprised to learn the CIA has been busted for breaking the law by keeping information about all major operations secret from all the ambassadors worldwide. He gives credit to Louis and even William Adler for alerting to how things were really going. Diflorino is now saying to himself that even he knew Adler was responsible for the death of Richard Welch back in 1976. Now he blames Nixon for all of the problems within the CIA. He thinks about how he got a phone call from both Louis and Adler just a few days ago. Adler was angry he’d finally been kicked out of the United Kingdom. He’s also trying to give Diflorino information about a file Schlsinger compiled in 1974 for Kissinger. Diflorino tells Adler he...

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