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NOTICE OF BETRAYAL: Memoirs of the Cold War by Adolph B. Saenz
NOTICE OF BETRAYAL
Memoirs of the Cold War
by Adolph B. Saenz
This book is completely nonfiction and contains historical accounts that took place in the Cold War classified as "Secret" by the US Government that have never been revealed.
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This book is dedicated to all Americans who served our great country during the Cold War in order to help other countries resist communist aggression, subversion, and insurgency, and to preserve freedom and independence.
US Government records will verify the historical situations described in this accountable memoir by Adloph B. Saenz, a U.S. diplomat who served in nine countries: Bolivia, Chili, Columbia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Iraq, Panama, Uruguay, and Venezuela. The worldwide communist quest for domination, aided by extreme leftwing American ideologues in government service during the conflict is fully documented.
The United States Office of Public Safety, (OPS) established in 1962 by President John F. Kennedy to help other countries resist communist subversion, insurgency, and aggression was treacherously dismantled in 1974 by extreme leftwing US Congressmen using false allegations of American involvement in torture and terrorist activities. The allegations were proven to be totally false.
The communist threat of aggression continued for over fifty years and was publicly denounced by CIA Director George Tenant in 2008. Twenty years later Ukraine was invaded by the Soviet Union unleashing untold devastation in the country and causing the death of thousands of innocent men, women, and children. This book includes accounts classified as “Secret” on terrorist groups and kidnapping cartels operating in Colombia and Costa Rica and the unpublished story concerning the kidnapping and assassination of American Dan Mitrione in Uruguay by Marxist “Tupamaro” terrorists.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Adolph B. Saenz (5/22/2029 – 11/26/2022) retired from a 29-year career in the U.S. Government, eighteen years as a U.S. Foreign Service Officer helping other countries resist communist aggression during the Cold War. He later served with the U.S. Treasury Department and U.S. Customs Service and as a Consultant with the U.S. Department of Justice, U.S. Department of Energy, and U.S. Department of State. His work in the U.S. Foreign Service was known to be dangerous, per U.S. government records. In 1969, Dan Mitrione, his replacement in Uruguay, was kidnapped and assassinated by Marxist Tupamero terrorists.
Saenz achieved the grade of FSR 2 (GS-17 equivalent) in the United States Foreign Service; and his expertise in internal defense, international police operations, counter-terrorist/counter-insurgency operations, border enforcement, and investigation of complex kidnapping cases is well documented. At sixteen years of age, he served in the U.S. Marine Corps for eighteen months in the South Pacific and North China and is a veteran of World Warr II and the Korean War (as a U.S. Air Force Intelligence Officer). He was an active participant in the Cold War for seventeen years and served as a Senior Consultant with the Multi-National Security Transition Command-Iraq (MNSTC-I) in the Iraq War. He is a Disabled American Veteran. He has a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration and a Master's Degree in Public Administration from the University of New Mexico and is a member of Phi Kappa Phi. He has written three other nonfiction books: Politics of a Prison Riot, The OPS Story, and The Bloodiest Prison Uprising in U.S. Penal History.
NOTE: Adolph's son, Michael T.J. Saenz, died on July 3, 2022, as this book was in production. Adolph himself died on November 26, 2022, three days before his books arrived at his house, so he never got to see the finished product.