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Grossman, Steve

Vietnamese death squads in America? A casebook, in ASIA INSIGHTS, issue 2, summer 1986

Asia Resource Center, Washington. 1986, 8p., 8.5x11 inch newsletter, a few photoillustrations; faintest signs of handling. A letter directing action on the issue is laid in. Rightwing and organized crime-related Vietnamese paramilitaries, protected by U. S. authorities (the only acronym cited is "FBI"), killing and threatening to kill, including Ed Cooperman an Anglo citizen who "was killed ten days before the start of hearings in New York City by the President's Commission on Organized Crime concerning Vietnamese gang activity." perpetrated by "These cases suggest a pattern of political terror and police inaction...the apparent aim of these attacks is to silence those who advocate new contacts between Vietnam and the United States. Victims have included not only progressive Vietnamese, but conservatives such as editor Nguyen Dam Phong, who tried to expose fraudulent fundraising .."

Cat.No: 25852

Price: $15.00

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