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Deadly Deceits has 47 ratings and 7 reviews. Cory said: No surprises that the CIA did what it did. McGehee did a good job in making lots of his activitie. In his book, Deadly Deceits: My 25 Years in the CIA, McGehee recommends that the CIA be abolished, and a. Deadly Deceits. My 25 years in the CIA. by Ralph McGehee. Ocean Press, (originally published ). Introduction, Gung Ho!, Japan and the Philippines.

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Understanding it was an important government job with foreign travel, McGehee first was interviewed at the courthouse.

Other problems were addressed, such as carding information. Otherwise, I very much wanted to say, ‘Take your medal and shove it. Upon retirement he was awarded a career achievement medal, yet he went on to be highly critical of the organization. The two Thai names are fictitious. Huynh Van Trong held the highest government office, but his communist superior Vu Ngoc Nha was a close friend of Thieu. Clair were co-editors of CounterPunch until American estimates were that the PRC sent 40, troops to aid North Vietnam in the s, but the Chinese latter admitted to sendingtroops into Vietnam.

To the contrary, McGehee’s Survey teams had “used our intelligence to penetrate the Communists’ crucial shield of secrecy” and accordingly had broken their grip on the villagers. American counterinsurgency activities in Thailand, pp. Government agents, however, could not confirm the data so sourced, nor ask follow-up questions. Ex-Official’s Obsession with Vietnam War. Many of the reports from Bangkok station concerned the Communist Party of Thailand.

The PRC, in addition to thetroops, also spent twenty billion dollars to support the war efforts of the North Vietnamese Army and the Viet Cong. Preview — Deadly Deceits by Ralph W.


When CIA tried to listen in to transmissions, there was silence. So McGehee concluded years later. Instead, his “intelligence” was being fabricated from bits and pieces of local Chinese press coverage, rewritten to make the incidents more significant to CIA. They were already teaching this “McGehee method” as a major part of counterinsurgency training at the CIA “farm” in Virginia. This “germ of an idea I was later to develop into a full-scale, effective intelligence-counterinsurgency operation,” wrote McGehee.

Yet further investigation seemed to verify its explosive charges. Colby the new DCI, amid great controversy, went public with the Skeleton list, pp. They had four children, two girls followed by two boys. On a 3-week hike to visit remote villages in the Northeast highlands, McGehee lost 20 pounds.

McGehee writes about world-wide CIA activities, pp. McGehee writes that he was “having a difficult time justifying my previously idealistic view of the Agency. McGehee saw parallels between Adams’ situation and his own mids Thailand Survey. Urban Crow rated it liked it Jan 02, Bars, massage parlors, and rock music catered to American G. Despite the Sino-Soviet splitMcGehee thought, some in the China desk seemed to have a “vested interest” in keeping China as a major enemy.

McGehee was set to return for another tour of duty in Thailand. Inhe also filed a Freedom of Information request, claiming that he had been harassed sincesuspected to be because of his criticisms.

Confused about why it’d been dropped, McGehee replied that it’d been overruled by higher-ups.

Ralph McGehee

His last chapter “Conclusion” is a dealdy summary of his views on the CIA. Beside police, it included military officers, several administrators, and a high-ranking educator.

McGehee began to identify with anti-war protestors. It was then CIA’s practice to anonymously place stories in news publications, stories written to spread ideas favorable to CIA goals. Since a budding insurgency in Thailand had received some local support and had mmcgehee some assassinations and ambushes.


Deadly Deceits by Ralph McGehee

After McGehee mentioned his last memo to Shackleyhe got the label of a “malcontent”. A cold waranti-communist agenda, in short, has repurposed its intelligence function. As an coordinate result, some villagers confessed to being “duped” by the Communists, named other members, then quit the ‘movement’ and joined the government side. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. It regarded the estimated number of enemy ccombatents in South Vietnam. The Communists in Thailand, he explained, were far more numerous than assumed.

The major event in China duringdue mostly to failures of government policy, was the great famine that claimed 36 million lives.

Following a 3-months training course, he’d be a CIA case officer. Ceadly are no discussion topics on this book yet. Colby had turned Jantzen against him during his second time in Thailand, ending in This Book and the Secrecy Agreement”.

As McGehee listened in the deputy’s office, he eventually came to the point where, McGehee writes, he “was tearing down my superiors in my presence and asking me to spy on them for him! The Communist government accused ‘ Trotskyists ‘ of being agents of Francopp.

McGehee considered it “duping Congress”. Ralph McGehee felt he had hit his stride, and was reaching new levels of professional skill and acumen. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Thanks for telling us about the deadky. There he had uncovered greater numbers of communists active in the Thai countryside than previously reported. For a case officer to get information from the working classes, he risked getting the label “gone native” followed dalph a ticket home.