Director of Central Intelligence (1973-1976), Colby was chief of the CIA’s Far East Asia Division when the Phoenix Program was created in 1967. He is the CIA officer most closely linked to Phoenix, as a result of his testimony to Congress about the program in 1970 and 1971, as well as at his confirmation hearings in 1973. An artist at dissembling, Colby’s dispassionate voice is that of the cold bureaucrat stating, as fact, policy was contradicted by operational realities.
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