Beyond Justice

An accused spy is dead

Waldo H. Dubberstein was such a valued analyst of intelligence information that the Defense Department had asked him to work well past normal retirement age. He finally quit the Defense Intelligence Agency last year at the age of 74, after devoting most of his career to highly classified duties. A specialist in Middle East affairs, he also knew which targets in the Soviet Union would be hit under ultra-secret Pentagon war plans if a nuclear holocaust were to erupt.

Seemingly wholly devoted to his esoteric profession, Dubberstein lived a personal life that could have been scripted by John...

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