Show Notes

WAR CRIMES WITHIN WAR CRIMES: U.S. SPECIAL FORCES ASSASSIN DANIEL MARVIN’S BIZARRE ADVENTURES IN VIETNAM: In this last interview ever before he died, retired Lt. Colonel Daniel Marvin talks to Kristina Borjesson about his role in the U.S. government’s officially non-existent covert operations in Cambodia during the Vietnam War; a deadly American policy that protected the Viet Cong over American troops, and how, after he accepted and then backed out of a CIA assignment to assassinate Cambodia’s Crown Prince Sihanouk, the CIA responded by arranging for a regiment of South Vietnamese forces to kill him and his men.