31 October, 2021 — 21st Century Wire
Philip Agee was a former Central Intelligence Agency officer who turned into one of the agency’s most vocal critics, and who exposed the inner workings of Unites States regime change and destablizations operations all over the world. During his nearly four decades in the intelligence game, Agee became disillusioned with his work for the agency, and later went on to publish numerous books including “Inside the Company: CIA Diary” (1975) which infuriated US officials after identifying some 250 officers, front companies and foreign agents working for the CIA. Agee passed away in Havana, Cuba in 2008. During his activist career, Agee inspired a new wave of publications including Covert Action Information Bulletin, as well as numerous films detailing the clandestine exploits of the American deep state.
In this seminal interview broadcast on Pacifica Radio, veteran CIA whistleblower Philip Agee speaks to former US State Department officer John Marks in London, England in 1976. Listen:
Program Title: Uncovering the C.I.A. / Philip Agee interviewed by John Marks
Description: Former agent discusses his book, persecution, and exile.
Producer: Paz Cohen
PRA Archive #: WZ0005
Date Recorded on: in London (Eng.), Dec. 10, 1976.
Date Broadcast on: WPFW, 1977.
Item duration: 1 reel (64 min.) : 7 1/2 ips, mono.