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Did Castro Get Kennedy? Humberto Fontova | Nov 23, 2011

For 34 years Markus Wolf was the chief of East Germany's foreign intelligence service, a branch of the STASI with many contacts and operations in Castro's Cuba. It was the STASI rather than the KGB that undertook the training of Castro's police and intelligence services. Wolf's autobiography is titled, "Man Without a Face" and subtitled, "The Autobiography of Communism's Greatest Spymaster." Most intelligence experts agree that the subtitle fits. Wolf was once asked about the Kennedy assassination and quickly replied. "Don't ask me -- ask Fidel Castro."

They Came in From the Cold War

Published: November 12, 2006

  In his memoir, “Man Without a Face,” Markus Wolf chronicled his 34 years directing the foreign intelligence service of East Germany’s Ministry of State Security, or Stasi. His network of spies infiltrated NATO headquarters and the West German chancellery.

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