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But that act is not seemingly innocuous in its as revealing as the fact that she has secreted a note, message should it be discovered, inside the bottle cap to convey to her mother the status of her father. 17, she takes on the pretense of being engaged A few years later, at to a political prisoner, a age known associate of her father, to obtain permission to visit him in prison. At these monthly visits, she communicates information to him in the guise of a love letter and receives messages in return about the political prisoners through his vocal nuances and body language.
Further, in response to Snepp's claim that there was no violation of security, rights, a case of "prior restraint the government claimed that it, not the individual, had the right to decide whether there was such a violation. Snepp's claim of nonviolation of security was not contested. S. District Court (Eastern Division of Virginia) Judge Owen R. Lewis in June 1978 found that Snepp had "willfully, deliberately and surreptitiously" breached his position of trust with the CIA and the secrecy agreement.
After Thieu reluctantly agreed, Kissinger neglected to inform him of changes in the document effected subsequently. S. S. reconnaissance flights over North Vietnam and withdrawal of all American technicians within a year. If either commitment had become known to the opposite combatant, or to the American people, each might have withdrawn support and questioned Kissinger's diplomacy. As the events unfold from the maneuvering to establish a cease-fire to lead to a stalemate and a live-and-let-live attitude off balance the final collapse of South Vietnam and the American evacuation, three individuals are portrayed in a negative light.