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William E. Colby
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    He ran Operation Phoenix (1968-71) in which 20,000 Vietnamese were killed.
    He denied that the CIA practiced assassination and torture during Operation Phoenix but admitted there had been ‘some illegal killing’ and ‘some unjustifiable abuses.’
    He drowned while canoeing in the middle of the night without a life jacket, inspiring conspiracy theories about his death.
    His death inspired a scene in the inferior remake of ‘The Manchurian Candidate.’
    During World War II, he fought alongside the French resistance.
    He felt the CIA had a moral obligation to cooperate with Congress and testified about CIA programs in mind control, domestic spying and foreign assassinations.
    He joined with former KGB Major General Oleg Kalugin to consult for Activision on the computer game ‘Spycraft.’

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